Contemplative Architecture And Human Experience: An Exploration


  • Smruti Raghani



It has become crucial to live in serene and soothing environments if you want to be healthy and tranquil. Contemplation areas can also guide the architecture to higher spiritual planes. It is possible to characterize the present era as turbulent, uncertain, and changeable. Technical breakthroughs and a desire for sustainability go hand in hand with rapid urbanization and excessive intensification. Traditional architecture frequently had a specific function in mind when it was designed, and future users, uses, or environmental changes were rarely considered. At present, however, it is asserted that the need for construction tractability is critical because to difficulties with affordability, resource depletion, fluctuating demographics, and climate alteration. It is understood that architecture of the twenty-first century needs to be correspondingly flexible and adaptable for a number of reasons, the most crucial of which being the user's mental and spiritual well-being. Our architecture should be made to be disassembled, reconstructed, and reused in order to create contemplative spaces rather than deconstructing buildings to fill landfills. There are several ways that architecture can create these places. Extensive literature reviews in the areas of architecture and spirituality led to the current study. The goal of this study is to examine how living in a healthy environment might be influenced by its physical surrounds and built environment. By offering a place where people are free to ponder or deliberate and feel the existent moment, different environments can be built that help the user feel more connected to them.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31

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Smruti Raghani. (2022). Contemplative Architecture And Human Experience: An Exploration. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 3156–3159.