- Disregarding local traditions
- Disregarding local tastes
- Disregarding historical styles of architecture
- Constructing buildings in what they hope is a universally appealing design
The definition of global architecture are buildings constructed in a universally appealing design.Hoping to attract those from other countries and regions, a country may use global architecture to design buildings:
An example of global architecture is a design style used by a country finding it difficult to attract tourists, causing them to build an oversized, impressive style that is meant to grab the eye and "wow" visitors.