Aim: The boundaries between the 21st-century architectural program and landscape began to disappear and therefore the participant-oriented transformations in the design provided the architectural program and landscape to produce each other. The aim of this study is to examine how architectural program and landscape came to be by investigating the sensitive design methods created during their production and by accepting the architectural program and landscape relation as the focal point. Method: In the study, sensitive approaches in architectural program and landscape intersection were determined through literature surveys and it was supported by contemporary examples from the 21st century. Samples were interpreted and divided into their subheadings, with the help of a matrix, to determine their affinities and contrasts with each other. Findings: Three main approaches were chosen: Design concepts that focus on human between architectural program and landscape, focal points that are divided into subheadings like nature, context, and action, and production formats that are a tool for concrete display formats in 21st Century. Result: When the design concepts, components, and modes of production are supported by the current models, it was seen that the models that have similar approaches are associated with different keywords and different approaches are associated with the same keywords. Hence, sensitivity approaches were observed to expand on a semantic basis.
Keywords: Spatial Intefaces, Responsive Components, Contemporary Production Techniques