With the change in the industrial world from the Neolithic world to the present, and the increase in the diversity in application methods; the subjects covered by the ceramics have increased in parallel with the conditions . It is possible to divide into three main groups as those that qualify as historical findings and indicators, plastic arts and industrial ceramics. Although they are considered as different fields, architecture and ceramics are in close dialogue. The use, which started with mud brick for the first time as a building material in ceramics, continues today by being present in many components of architecture. It is a rare and precious situation in terms of architecture that the preferred ceramic, thanks to its high utility/performance ratio, is not only a building element, but also adds a pure creation and artistic value. Influence of human is important in the organization of contemporary space in architecture. When the user requirements are included in the design problem as concrete and abstract, the concepts of modularity and aesthetics appear. The modular design of the reinforcement elements enables flexible design by making it possible to change the number of units according to the place to be practiced, which is compatible with the separation works. For space dividers made of ceramic units, the primary consideration is to add aesthetic value to the space of which it is a part, while meeting the requirements as a function. In this article study; The relationship between ceramics, which is a competent material in the fields of industry and art, and architecture is examined through the building envelope and space-dividing examples, and it is aimed to emphasize that qualified and original building and space arrangements are possible as a result of the joint work of different disciplines.
Keywords: Interior design, ceramic separations, room dividers, modular