Architectural architecture is the product and the methodology of designing, planning, and building different structures or buildings. Architectural projects, in the conventional material form such as buildings, can often be seen as artistic works and as visual symbols. It usually involves the use of a form in a new context to produce a new form.
Urban planners often use landscape architecture to support the urban design by providing greenery and enhancing the visual appeal of the built environment. Landscape architecture is becoming an important aspect of sustainable planning, especially in developing countries where the limited supply of natural resources is making urbanization and rapid development financially and politically feasible. However, many people regard landscape architecture as a luxury and not a necessity, which is why there are very few developed cities that have large gardens in relation to the size of the city. Many cities with little green space have incorporated large public gardens to provide a beautiful sight, but these are often situated in already crowded and over-crowded areas where accessibility is difficult or impossible.
Urbanization and development have resulted in unprecedented changes in architectural styles, which have become more diverse in recent times. Urban designs can vary from highly technical and complex buildings to simple houses and apartments. The use of multiple materials in architecture has also led to the emergence of a new architectural style called “architectural Complex”. This highly stylized form features a wide variety of individual architectural features, which can be combined in unique and innovative ways to produce extraordinary results. Many buildings in major urban areas display an artistic approach to architecture, which can either be highly technical and complicated or highly functional and attractive.