IELTS Speaking Part 3 is a discussion in which the IELTS examiner will ask you a number of questions on a specific topic and expect you to give full answers (approximately 1+ minute for each answer). Below are a number of questions related to architecture that an examiner may ask in IELTS Speaking Part 3.
How do the natural conditions and climate of your country affect the design and construction of buildings?
How have buildings in your country changed in the last 10 years?
In what way can globalisation have an effect on local architecture?
Do you think it is important to protect and preserve historic buildings? Why?
Should modern buildings be designed to be environmentally friendly?
How can governments encourage the design and construction of energy-efficient buildings?
Do you think that private companies and organisations ought to be obligated to commission energy-efficient buildings?
What are some of the ways that architecture can save energy and be environmentally friendly in the design of buildings and structures?
What type of people visit historic buildings?
In your opinion, how important is the appearance of a building or structure?
Do you think the government should provide affordable housing for its citizens?