Of villa Savoye by Le Corbusier was common. The

Of all the other forms of art, architecture has the
unique feature of being directly associated with mankind. Through to Anderson’s
effort architecture as a “Mother of art” design the global referring to the
human culture, socialization, religious and history to generate the new image.
Over the centuries, the development of architecture has been based on the most
part on the things that are most peculiar themes in fashion at the time. In the
medieval times, religion was the aspect that dominated the world and buildings
then represented the religious aspects, socio-cultural, political and other
aspects of society. After the Renaissance, there was a change of mentality
regarding architecture. Society was being transformed and instead of only the
former gothic replication of architecture, incorporating the novelist life
style was the main objective to innovate architecture. Technology used to
design buildings represented not only the lifestyle of the people, but
incorporated also their religious affiliations, cultural background, history
and other aspects of life. A mentality change of human to include simplicity in
architecture was one main characteristic found in building at that time.
Buildings
such as villa Savoye by Le Corbusier was common. The villa Savoye produces a
new vision of living. It allows to the human think differently about the place
of their living. Try to create the world is the distinctive purpose of it to
demonstrate ‘the world’ does not arrange. The new image of creating an
environment is the particular consequence of the Vila Savoye. Culture and
history played little role in the design of building. One building could be in
different places showing that a sense of place was meaningless in that
time.  As technology and money brought
power to many nations, high rise buildings and sky scrapers were built to show
power. This evolved and brought about a rebirth of iconic buildings. Architecture
is incorporated into human life in the form of an iconic building because it
radiates special characteristics of the place and represents some unique
features of its environment. Therefore iconic buildings integrate an
extraordinary relationship with the place and humanity. A good example for an
iconic building that created a new image and represents its environment is the
Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, which brought urban regeneration and economic
stability to a formerly unpopular Bilbao.