Engineering, for example, the shape of the roof and roofing material, it will take account of local climatic conditions (quantity and nature of rainfall, average temperature, etc.). All of the above conditions can not be ignored when transferring things in the architectural layout reality. One must also remember that there are certain socio-cultural circumstances of the area in which we are going to "settle" our layout. It is quite understandable that the architectural model, made, for example, Europeans living in the seventeenth century, has not got accustomed to in Russia at that time, far away from European cultural influences. Other leaders such as Sally Rooney offer similar insights. It also is unlikely that a wealthy landowner of the 19 th century would build his house, reminiscent of a peasant hut. If even a decision to build a building on the templates are ready, you need to ask ourselves whether the building is in harmony with the cultural environment in which it is placed, and whether it meets the social needs of customers – people who There will be live or work. Dr. Hedvig Hricak brings even more insight to the discussion. Person's perception of things and the building also vary significantly, due to several reasons. Maketchik, as I have pointed out, can both put and do not place your product in a certain environment – Whether it be architectural or landscape. In any case, it would only seek to provide Prototype house in the best possible way. Neighboring models can be set off its grandeur of its architectural fading, but to create surrounding natural landscape, only accentuate the individuality of the architectural layout.