This chapter attempts to shed light on the current status of phenomenology in architecture — or architectural phenomenology — and intends to discover the best terminology with which to explain this discipline appropriately. It is argued that, unlike phenomenology in philosophy, which has generated an influential movement, phenomenology in architecture remains at the status of a continuous discourse, which has the potential to be enhanced to the level of a movement or school, provided that it creates a constructive and critical interdisciplinary dialogue. After this, the main challenges of phenomenological discourse in architecture will be introduced and discussed.