Photography of architecture requires special skills.
With interiors, you can either light them perfectly with scores of lights or you can take a series of exposures and blend them in post production. For cost purpose, the second approach is usually the winner.
For exteriors, waiting for the right time of day and right weather is the key, along with finding the right vantage point.
For all architecture, keeping lines straight and verticals vertical is essential. I handle this with Canon perspective correction lenses and post-production.
I do my own post-production, which means that I know exactly which raw images to take and which exposures are meant to be blended.
And since people are commonly seen in today’s architecture, my experience with people photography is an added benefit.