Architecture has high cultural and socio-political relevance. As a visual and kinesthetic medium, it structures not only space, but also orders of knowledge and modes of perception. Yet how can this be scientifically described or investigated? This volume provides a comprehensive reflection on architecture from a transdisciplinary perspective. It brings together a number of recent approaches from philosophy, sociology, media, culture, art, film, literature, dance, and musicology, which address the cultural significance of architecture from the perspective of their own respective discipline.