Interpretation in architecture is sometimes regarded with ubiquity and suspicion. This interpretation is sometimes defined as the revenge of the intellect upon the art. Whenever a designer is able to discuss his work he is acting as an interpreter other than a designer. Interpretation of architecture is defined as the means and ways that the architecture is differentiated from the mere buildings. The interpretation of buildings is to articulate, talk about it, critique, contextualize, comment and also move the architecture into the realms of the discursive practice making use of verbal language, commentary and words. This interpretation affirms positively the place of the architecture in cultural, academic and professional discourse.
The architects interpret regulations, contracts, site conditions and circumstances of the building users. The contractors, critics and building users strive much to interpret the drawings of the buildings and also the buildings themselves. There are so many architectural treatises, manifestos, theories, critiques and also commentaries which try to interpret the architecture. The designers are the best positioned people to interpret the architecture because the design is core interpretive part of the building and it is also an insight which spills over due to considerations of the interpretation of the culture.
Interpretation is found in all parts of architecture and it is evident in the actual act of creation in the architectural field and is meant to be taken as the core and most important part of architectural production and therefore of the architectural understanding. There is the introduction of computers into the design studio that has revived the expectations of a better scientific approach to the architectural design. This improvement of the design methods has been eclipsed largely by the lucid approach of finding the interpretation of the architecture and buildings.
The interpretation in architecture revolves around the anthology of architecture that is structured around some interpretive themes which include metaphor, authority, play, edification, equipmentality and otherness. The interpretation is interested in these areas and also the diverse thoughts that are informed by the different reflections of the hermeneutical scholarship and also the use of studio practice and teaching and the digital media. The designers and architects are going far beyond the aesthetic borders in trying to redefine the craft in order to suit their own personal philosophies, needs and expectations. This has put a new spin on the traditional art and this has led to the development of the interpretation in architecture. As a result of this, there is an expansion in the understanding of how and where the personal touch has been found in the inhospitable or bewildering terrain of the modern aesthetic landscape.
The improvements and developments that have been made in the housing and designing sector have led to the development of the interpretation in architecture. This would ensure that the buildings that are being designed and built are of the expected standards. These may be simple and luxurious; leading-edge and time-honored; monumental and small-scale; surprisingly witty; unabashedly beautiful; socially adroit and also sublimely poetic. These will lead to usage of the new craft in our day to day lives and also allow everyone to appreciate the enlargement and enrichment of the understanding of the importance and presence of the interpretation in architecture.
The metaphors used are used as return and excursion. They open up ways of going out to the arts and architectures of others. The use of metaphors also reveals the qualities that are not familiar in the terms of the trope. The metaphor has the power to alter our personal preconceptions and also enlarges and strengthens our perspective of understanding to the degree that the people are able to understand the meanings of the words associated with each of the architectural term.
The alien traditions are another way station to help interpret the architecture. This happens after someone has travelled to different areas and then returns back to their homeland with more information such that they are able to interpret the architecture. Travelling is known to widen one’s horizon according to the old adage and this could be incorporated in the homeland culture. Therefore the wider the areas travelled, the higher the expansion of the horizons in terms of architecture. The global architecture has claimed to know the language used by the world in regard to architecture. This claim is still in guises and is taken as a form of prejudice and is ingrained in the architectural discourse (Adrian & Richard 244). Much of this modern architectural discourse is able to sustain the positive account of this era that is in crisis and this impresses the requirement of a need for a single solution which particularly addresses the urgency of some sustainable architecture (Adrian & Richard 18).
The interpretation in architecture is also carried out because there is an urgent imperative need for a new idea of holistic economic assessment. There is the current building of cities which segregates and brutalizes other than civilize and emancipate. There is also the process of redemption and rehabilitation, exhortation to restoration, through the interpretation in architecture against the current tendency of this modern age and era. This era describes that technology is seen as a threat to change the community and the world to a more displaced, rootless and lonely place and also people. The interpretation in architecture is serving to minimize this prejudice and wrong notion that the people have.
Harries describes and calls for interpretation in architecture as a way of living for the modern times. The role of the architectures interpretive is crucial because it means that the buildings are not just mere decorated sheds but are part of history. This is because they provide different interpretation of the prevailing historical context. Architecture and its interpretation therefore is a means to restoration and completeness of unity.
The interpretation in architecture includes also the interpretation of architecture. The interpretation of architecture is defined as a multi-venue exhibition that features the works of more than forty architects and artists from Toronto and its surrounding regions. This exhibition is intended to differentiate architecture from the buildings. The exhibition also serves to suggest that the architecture must be socially, culturally and formally articulate. Finally the exhibition must surpass the demands that are reductive regarding the program only.
Many of the local artists have developed a serious approach to the heritage of modernism as it is usually manifested in city planning and architecture. They have also used architecture as some metaphor for the conditions of production and creation.
The visual culture of the Turkish community and in relation to the architectural interpretation is very diverse. The Turkish houses are filled with equipment that are embellished with embroidery and needle work. These include the dining tables, dressers, kitchen cabinets, glasses, plates and also coffee tables. Turks once lived in tents that were dome-like and were appropriate to their natural surroundings because they were known to be nomads. These dome-like tents were later to influence the Turkish ornamental arts and architecture. The architecture of Turkey reached its maximum during the period of Ottoman and it influenced by Arab architecture and this developed its own style.
Later in life, this trend of construction of new buildings depended on the purpose of the building, the needs of the age, awareness required of the town planning and also the practicality of the construction materials. The interpretation in architecture has led to immense developments in the housing of Turkey from the dome-like structures to modernized structures.
This interpretation in architecture has affected the types of structures built up in Turkey and also the people of Turkey both positively and negatively. Their housing facilities have improved greatly and also the people have been affected because they wanted their buildings to tell of their religion but it is not now the case.