Designing a commercial space or home is not a simple task. As laymen, we can think of all sorts of ideas. But only perfect architectural designers know the practicability of those ideas. Technology in the field of architecture has improved manifold. Read on to know the list of futuristic technology needed for architecture projects in 2019:
Environment-friendly designs: The architectural technology of future needs to have a wide scope for environmentally friendly designs. The designs should give room for an indoor garden (including large trees). Hence the design should not obstruct the growth of plants. Instead, it should have sunlight reachability. Designing building materials which can withstand and support the root damages will be of awesome help.
Recycling building materials: Every day the whole world throws lots of unwanted plastics and junks that are not bio decomposable. The future architectural technology should have more potential to use these junks as raw materials for making the bricks, shafts, roofs etc.
Alterable 3D Model planners: Future drafting service will take a step forward to build 3D model houses which can accommodate changes in plan with a single touch.
Self-repairing: Future architectural technology will be self-repairing. Hence there is no need for calling a plumber or electrician. When the building itself is pre-programmed to trace the faults and rectify by itself, we need not face hardships.
Climate compatible: In future power used for appliances like air conditioner, air heater etc. needs to be lessened using technology. Architectural designs will be climate compatible. Walls, windows, tiles etc. can adjust the room temperature according to summer or winter. Hence getting warmth or coolness will be possible using architectural technology.
Calamity compatible: The future of architect needs more of climate compatible technology. Aquatic houses will stay attached to the basement. But they will rise above flood levels and float gently. Also, provisions like airbag installed outer walls will protect the building from earthquakes.