In conclusion, when comparing the terminological definitions of Film Architecture and Anime Architecture, they had the same but different meaning; an architecture built for cinema and cinema built for architecture. The works of Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoey, Ridley and Mead’s Blade Runner and Ogura’s Ghost in the Shell, share the similarity of the same goal which is the future with the condition met by looking at the present with a history. These three projects had used cinema as a tool to translate their ideas into reality. The processes behind Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell are also similar in terms of the sketching, painting, colour theory and ambience consideration.
Therefore, this shows that throughout architectural theory, there has been an established connection between looking at architecture and film. This is interesting as this shows that anime has something to offer since Film Architecture and Anime Architecture shares the identical processes and ideologies.