The above house shown is an attempt to achieve individuality in the universality of architectural designs. One of the universality designs is being displayed in the picture below in the city of Tokyo. The below building seen is an upscale residential building which is set amidst the highline of Tokyo. The reason for less number of single houses in Tokyo is that the density of people per square kilometre which is very high.
Culture: Such developments are diminished in the modern world today with few exceptions in some countries which are still holding on to such marvellous piece of architecture. The universal culture was a different language with modernisation influx, and every visitor to a different country started to speak in terms of their own universal culture as being of superior quality. This made way for defining universal and local culture in a different context, which then began to be used as sub-cultures and the idea evolved primarily in the architectural arena as design was the first display of a cultures statement to the world. Locally, the designs were adjusted to individual culture needs and universal development took a separate meaning under the word culture which spoke the language of economic development, war-less worlds, and modern dwellings that would last longer than they thought. The advent of such an idea was accompanied by the evolution of architectural designers and their display of personal experience with the cultural designs of the past. Thus culture, though a simple definition, has remained a complex word to understand in the broader context of architecture designs.