Architecture, That Talks to Your Emotions

Architecture represents one of the ancient forms of fine arts and there is absolutely no doubt about this. Just like any other art, architecture itself as well as the results of an architect’s creative process is targeted at human feelings and emotions. Among all the art forms, architecture is unique because it combines perfectly the practical role and functionality of the art piece (for example, a building, bridge, or street layout) with the clearly artistic or aesthetic value of the latter. Such emotional architecture is at the center piece of our today’s showcase at Cruzine.

Unique, unlike others, fancy – these are only a few attributes, which appear in mind while looking at the photographs of some interesting architecture works, which we have gathered here within one gallery. The emotional trace of such architecture is distinct – it amazes, surprises, and astonishes from the very first glance. Even looking at the pictures of the architecture masterpieces the idea and desire of an architect to communicate a particular message through his work gets clear and obvious. Unfortunately, buildings do not speak any human language. That is why, architects use a particular language to enable communication between buildings and people; and this language uses geometric shapes, dimensions, colors, and textures to express the idea and arouse necessary emotions in the human soul.

La casa-arbol by Ramón Durán

The Fuji Building by strikeael

Embedded by impulselabs

Curious Building In The Talla Reservoir by Broliant Naqoy

curious building by Dissonancefalling

Golden spiral [Urban dreams] by Susan Sandérus

Curious building by Olli Wilkman

curious building by kredblue

Edificio CSAV: Compañía Sudamericana de Vapores en Valparaíso by Roberto Ruiz

labyrinthitis by Laura Kicey

Half a Corpus in Real Color by Hylda_H

Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco by Pamme

A star in the sky by Ciao Anita!

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) by chewie2008~

hmm by ollyester

Hundertwasser Haus by Ramón Durán

War Of The Worlds by Paul Hocksenar

& by Marzena Wieczorek

Twisted Building by KEN_yokohama

Lift Off! by David Morgan

GEHRY by Frank Waechter

P-Machinery by Jean-Philippe Meurice

Close to freedom by Arnaud Montagard

Conflict Space by Alfredo J. Martiz J.

Oteiza by Gus Busselo

Solo by Kouji Tomihisa

. by Marzena Wieczorek

Ericsson Kista, Stockholm by Mattias Hamrén

Low Pressure by Bruno Mazzetti

frankfurt.architecture by Johannes Heuckeroth

Architecture by Schwarzweißbunt Photography

Ugly architecture by Andrii Stashko

Inkredible by Nick Amis

The wonder of architecture by pm

Cologne – Kranhaus Süd 1 by Carsten Junga

Into the Sky by Alexander Lebrenz

The Wave | Architecture in Almere by Erik van Roekel

GeoGlow by KPK .

What I Used To Be by Jess Dennis

Curious Arch by Hed Kandi

CUBE by QBit71

Dame Du Lac by pyro-tom

the Weird Architecture by LostImagesProject

Fame by Neil Kremer

Good Millwork: Architecture Students Design Build Project by Good Millwork

Foster’s Helmet by Shadow

Kranhouse #2 reaching towards the skies by Wolfgang Schubert

View from the Kelebek Hotel Patio by Richard Lemarchand

AQUA Revisited by John Crouch

Habakuky by Mat Mad

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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.