This paper systematically combs the representative architectural paintings of Arata Isozaki's 60 years ofarchitectural career.
It is found that behind its bold and changeable architectural painting style is the constant pursuit of the traditional oriental aesthetic interest,
and is a valuable attempt to break through the limitation of self-style and explore new fields. It reveals that the architect's pursuit of value should transcend the restraint of style and design a suitable extraordinary building according to the time and place.
Style can only be an implementation strategy, not the origin of design.