THE ROLE OF INTEGRATION OF DISCIPLINES IN ARCHITECTURE
Recent years have witnessed rapid development in various fields and interest in expanding studies and research in different fields of knowledge, and due to there are many topics that are studied by more than one discipline, these studies and their discipline began to converge and intertwine with each other. The boundary between the interfering topics in their disciplines has begun to blur because this type of studies goes beyond the traditional disciplines, and this leads to the creation of renewable intellectual spaces capable of supplementing the common fields of knowledge. Architecture cannot be in isolation from the expected future progress of the intersection and integration of disciplines. There is a necessity of architectural openness towards the research spaces ,as an attempt to bridge the knowledge gap about the intersection of disciplines and their relationship to the field of architecture, since the fields of knowledge are no longer Completely independent and witnessed the interfere and integration of intellectual spaces with each other, and this does not mean that a field of knowledge cannot work independently of the other, but rather the possibility of benefiting from the common space by both fields to achieve integration between them in order to reach a specific goal. The integration of architecture with other fields is done through several approaches that determine the nature of the relationship between architecture and other fields of knowledge, and this leads to enriching architectural products and stimulating ideas to create everything new and innovative in the field of architecture, because the emergence of new architectural movements or currents is As a result of architecture’s interfering with other disciplines, science alone does not produce architecture, and art alone does not produce architecture, meaning that architecture, by its nature multidisciplinary, cannot neglect the scientific or artistic aspect in addition to other philosophical, theological and other aspects that can interfere with architecture.
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