architecture doesn’t have to be rectangular, even if helper artifacts mostly are.
the tyranny of the tee-square ended when drafting moved to computers.
architecture can be anything big enough to walk inside of, that someone can figure out how to build.
even if its something you might not be allowed to build anywhere near where you live.
i’m just saying, and i’m not claiming any authority to say it, but i’m saying it anyway,
any shape you can make in blender or any other 3d program, that can conceivably be scaled as to be shelter, can be considered architecture if you want it to.
just furnish it with the kind of details and textures that bring happiness and peace to your own mind.
personally this idea that architectural illustration has to be rectangular spaces,
is just something left over from the days of t-squares and triangles,
and what its easier to get a building permit to build.
i really hate that idea that architecture has to be rectangular,
and absolutely love bringing organic shapes and forms to it.