A large number of architects will probably agree that those who create or design buildings are certainly not artists, at least not in the traditional sense. However, whatever they create are akin to paintings on a very large canvas. Buildings have some limitations; the number one need is to be practical. They need to conform to measurements and standards established by the laws of physics and regulatory entities. In fact, architecture is sometimes considered a form of science. Spatial awareness, math, and logic are all involved and once you have mastered all these abilities, you are able to be more creative with the designs of your buildings. It is also up to the public to determine whether a building is art - or not so much. To some people, art is anything that can convey an emotion. There are many buildings that can make a person feel emotional, as soon as people set their eyes on them.