Architecture is everywhere in the everyday life.
Look around. What do you see? What do you pass by on your way to work? Buildings are everywhere. Modern or old, every building has its own story, its own life, past and the future. When we build a new house instead of the old one we don’t think about the history that was left behind and the meaning it may have for you as a citizen of the city/country. Modern architecture changes the way we work, live and spend our leisure time. Parks, places of interest, offices and homes reveal our philosophy and shape the way we perceive the world. The majority of people spend most of the time in buildings. Some of them were structured for the purpose of studying, entertaining, having rest or just living. However, it is hard to say that an average house where we live was built with the end user in mind. As a rule, architects are heavily dependent on such aspects as space, time, money and other limitations.
When you decide to build your own house, the aforementioned factors are no less important. Most of us start working on such projects heavily relying on the budget. Architecture is not only the space where we live. This is a material copy of our habits and beliefs. It has been scientifically proven that if a person wants to bring some changes into his/her life, it’s better to start with the environment where he/she spends most of the day. Do some repair work, buy a new desk, decor element or whatsoever, and the wind of changes will make your life more diverse and interesting.