Architecture is interdisciplinary. Interdisciplinarity is the interaction of disciplines with each other, interacting with each other, and the state that the end product includes the data of resultant disciplines. The interaction between architecture and music, which is one of the disciplines in which it is related, has been questioned throughout history. While metaphorical, analogical and numerical based similarities have been established, and in more technical terms relations have been established. These links are figurative, graphical content. Although many methodological approaches have been developed, the common design methods do not occur. Therefore, the study of how architecture and music are intertwined by architects, designers and thinkers in the interdisciplinary context constitutes the method of this study.
This study examines the connections between architecture and music that have ever occurred since Antique Ages and points out the necessity of questioning beyond the existing relations in perceptual dimension and figurative similarities that can affirm new connections and creativity.