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Design tips for bachelors

 By Ar. Tripat Girdhar, Principal Architect & Co-founder of The Design Studio

As an architect in heart, I would like to highlight a few tips and tricks for newcomers and bachelors who would like to make their career in this field. 

Sustainable in design 

Living in a sustainable, mindful, and wise way has never been more significant before the pandemic hit. After the epidemic, everyone has noticed a major difference, especially with regard to recently proposed initiatives. Before the pandemic, a select few farms and well-known architects took the lead in sustainable initiatives and anticipated the future of architecture in design. To keep this in mind, we advise keeping your design sustainable and incorporating solar panels and rainwater harvesting systems into your projects. Sustainable projects are designed to peacefully coexist with nature, enabling us to live in harmony with our surroundings. They encourage a healthy, sustainable lifestyle and lessen their carbon imprint.

Trends in the eco-system 

While keeping up with cutting-edge developments in the ecosystem is crucial, we advise sticking with your environmentally friendly design, which is entirely up to the architect. We would strongly advise incorporating the green building concept into all projects. A tiny effort would benefit the environment for the next generation. Buildings that are environmentally friendly and sustainable are widely trendy. By creating fewer energy-intensive structures, architects are embracing green building concepts as the global moves toward sustainable and green practises.

Technology in design 

The AEC sector offers a variety of interactive advances, including construction automation, real-time simulation tools, laser scanning, photogrammetry, and VR, AR, and MR (mixed reality), which are all grouped under the general term extended reality (XR). Similar to how BIM models were seven to ten years ago, people's expectations for XR and the wide range of virtualization technologies and tools it integrates are increasing today. While technology is playing a huge role in this, people are now adopting less touch technology in their homes, offices, and in all communications.

Smart home technology 

Home automation is a trend in architecture that can take many different forms, from telling Amazon's Alexa to turn out the lights to using a smartphone app to automate door locks, room temperature, and a variety of other tasks pretty much anywhere in the nation. A smart building reduces utility expenses while simultaneously giving its occupants more convenience. A social awareness of sustainability and the need to produce and consume in an ethical and responsible manner is reflected in domotic architecture.

3D Architect Design 

Why shouldn't architecture be an exception to the 3D printing that is already being used for nearly everything? A growing number of architectural businesses are choosing 3D printing as their preferred method of construction. Additionally, 3D printed architecture is steadily gaining acceptance and momentum. This new style is creating a place for itself in contemporary architecture. And really, it's no surprise given all of its advantages! It's a quick, easy, and creative method that reduces the likelihood of mistakes while simultaneously managing to save time. Many tiresome processes in the construction process are eliminated and simplified by 3D printing. Even floating islands and habitats on Mars are being constructed using it!


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Unknown said…
Best of luck for giving cities a new wave of living
..keep up

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