Art comes in all shapes, sizes, and areas of life, and architecture is just one of the arenas in which art really connects with us. From buildings to the pavement on which we drive, art is all around, as long as you know where to look for it. For the past few years, the city in which I live has undergone a number of changes architecturally, which I have noticed has become much more modern and artistic.
Think of famous architects that have helped not only redefine how our buildings are designed, but also how art is being redefined as well. In some ways, roads and buildings are just as much art as they are a crucial part of how we live.
Preserving the art
In order to preserve the architecture on which we depend, it is essential that we understand that all art is important and that we should work together to keep it intact. It is time that we respect art in the same way that we respect infrastructure, knowing that both play a large role in what we describe as being human.
Art in architecture is not new, but it is quickly becoming a vein of art that is increasingly popular in today’s day and age. Art in all of its forms helps us realize how far we’ve come as a species and how we need to work together to preserve that heritage. Whether you are an artist or an architect enthusiast, appreciate architecture as the beautiful form of art that it is.