As time progresses, the construction industry has seen monumental changes in a direction were compost is being used for building materials and collaborative designs have become a more popular method to architectural projects. Additionally, there is a focus on green infrastructure and efficient energy. Architecture is not an exception from the impressive changes that are occurring and how technology has accelerated incredibly.
Architecture is likely to evolve from the way it is today. For instance, environmental science and social anthropology will become one of the most active members in every design studio when working on complex projects that require knowledge in various fields. It is also expected that the emergence of specialists from various fields will eliminate many of the jobs that are currently existing within the construction industry. Experts are expecting that collaborations with system leaders is a necessity for meeting complex structural needs and no longer a luxury design style.
Virtual reality technology has seen rapid changes and developments in the last few years and this is most apparent in the engineering, construction and architectural industry. Very soon, every design will be made via virtual reality providing an incredibly accurate sense of presence in a space that’s yet to be built.
Another trend that may evolve in the architecture sector is 3D Printing, which is being used commonly for creating scale models of real estate projects. Currently, the houses that are being built using 3D printers are quite elementary. However, a 3D printer can build a basic small house within just a day. Therefore, if trend forecasts are right, 3D printing will revolutionize the real estate industry incredibly.
However, as technology evolves, we will see tremendous changes in many sectors and as a result, new trends will evolve, and architecture is not an exception.