To analyze the work of the designer would be an enormous task and most researchers consider that the view and the opinions offered by the target people who will be associated with the building are important in context. Building designers have to cope with the future trends and usage of the building, according to Tyree and Akerman, (2005). It can hence be inferred that the demands such as Tyree & Ackerman (2005) set are many. This is an agreeable concept, as there are influences based upon the culture, religion and the social age associated with that particular time period of construction. In addition the demand may also be created by the Art design influencing and impressing the common people. There might also be social influence as people might view certain landmarks and buildings.
An extended arm of an artist is the Architect and their work is a consolidation of an Artists mind with an Engineering intuition coupled with a practical design approach to suit the needs of the end user. An artist uses paint and canvas to exhibit his feelings, but the architect and the designer uses Buildings to express their feelings which are physically influenced by environment and society Salingaros (2007). In analyzing the arguments of Salingaros (2007), the question arises now as to whether the architect and the artist work together in harnessing their skills in designing to build everlasting artistic structures? This is debatable point as an artist mind is an enigma which cannot be understood, and based upon vague ideas. The artist is used to work at his own timing depending upon the moods that govern him and there is no urgency for him to complete any work in time. But that might not be the case with an architect designer who has to apply creativity linked with an art form design suited to the current day trends with the available engineering limitations and possibilities. The architect has to understand Building Engineering, Art design to construct a Building and that building has to show life to the brick and mortar used in the construction.