Design Trends Shaping Urban Architecture for the Next Decade

  • Sep 08th, 2022
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  • Architecture & Building Design
Design Trends Shaping Urban Architecture for the Next Decade

Architectural designs are evolving with new, innovative, and attractive ideas that are not only beautiful to look at but are in sync with the trends. Architects are striving to keep pace with the ever-changing design landscape. Below is a list of exciting trends in Urban Architecture that are here to stay for the next decade.

Eco-friendly Houses

Houses of the future will be self-sufficient. Imagine a self-contained house that can produce electricity or a community of homes that pools resources locally. Experts are integrating new technology to create environmentally friendly residential architecture. 

Designers are achieving the dream of green buildings by working on passive design, installing infrastructure for solar arrays, and making adaptations for more advanced eco-technology to ensure environmental sustainability.

Vertical Cities

Space is becoming increasingly scarce with the rising population. Many architects are, therefore, considering vertical cities as a remedy for the decline in habitable space. A multi-tiered residential architecture can accommodate businesses, residences, and large communities.

Minimalistic Architecture

Like other facets of minimalist design, minimalist architecture, too, attempts to minimise visual noise and clutter by reducing a building to its fundamental essentials. Architects and Interior Designers primarily focus on space, materials, light, and structure. Such structures are nearly devoid of decorative elements.

In minimalist Architecture, the building has a sense of orderliness and simplicity due to the recurrent use of simple angles and elegance. Because curved, decorative lines would take away from the clear, simple, and practical minimalist style, geometric shapes are frequently used.

Modular Architecture

Construction projects can be expensive and time-consuming. Long-term construction projects may have an unfavourable effect on public opinion even before they are completed, particularly if they cause delays or inconvenience to those who live or work nearby. Additionally, certain projects require construction to be completed more quickly than is generally possible for a standard construction job.

Using the same materials and designing according to the same standards and codes as conventionally built infrastructure, modular construction is an approach in which a structure is constructed off-site, under controlled plant conditions, in about half the time.

Hope you liked these innovative and intriguing ideas for Architecture to develop more Sustainable buildings and speed up the time of construction. Do you have some more exciting trends in mind? Please tell us about them.