Famous Architects

Famous Architects

Julian Morgan said, “Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves”, and there is an incredibly profound truth in her words as the buildings we design and shape play an instrumental role in shaping our lives and our histories.

Even though architects are not given the same respect, influence and celebrity status as painters or sculptors, but indeed, it is the art and creativity of the designs of the architect that is the most productive and beneficial for the development and progress of a society, and ensuring that its natural space has been used effectively to provide best satisfaction to all the needs and requirements of its inhabitants. Architecture is indeed one of the most progressive sciences for its continuous innovations and revolutionary developments that have evolved and rapidly enhance the human comfort and lifestyle.

Famous Architects not only design artistically rich and beautifully creative buildings which are known for their splendor, but their primary task is more crucial and significant, which is to provide effective reliability, efficiency and space allocation to provide maximum satisfaction for all the requirements of the inhabitants of the building and ensure their maximum safety by making a sound and extremely reliable building design that leaves no room for errors.

Architecture plays an instrumental role in our everyday house, from the coffee shops, to the museums, banks and iconic historical buildings, architecture surrounds our everyday life with its continuous and recurring presence everywhere we turn to, it is always present with it various diverse and effective benefits.

Architecture is indeed our biggest and greatest link that reminds us that we had a history, generations and civilizations that existed hundreds of centuries ago are remembered for this remarkably iconic and culturally rich architecture, for instance, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, the Eiffel Tower in India and the Statue of Liberty in USA are a few examples of iconic and revolutionary architecture.

Frank Lloyd Wright was extremely correct in describing architecture as “the mother art”, and further stating that “Without an architecture of our own, we have no soul of our own civilization.” The website, Famous Architects, attempts to bring to front all notable architects and their contributions.