Ar. Sandeep Joshi - Artisan

Ar. Sandeep Joshi - Artisan
The next few years will see a renewed interest in using design and architecture as social, political, and economic tools.
In the aftermath of the pandemic, we should expect to see buildings becoming more sustainable and energy-efficient. They will also need to be designed with pandemic preparedness in mind. The epidemic has resulted in a shortage of building materials. Therefore, architects need to develop ways to decrease the amount of materials used.

We are about to see a shift towards more livable designs. Our needs are changing and so is the design of our buildings to meet the changing requirements of the inhabitants. Modern architecture will need to adapt and change to meet the trends.

Constructions are now more vertically oriented and with less horizontal living spaces.
The built environment must be designed to be functional, aesthetically pleasing, sustainable, and livable. Choice of building materials is an important factor for ensuring the longevity of a building. The built environment has a significant impact on our collective well-being, and we must take care to do it right. Architects, builders, planners, and the public can deliberately design for health and well-being. They can choose building materials that reduce health risks like asthma and allergies. They can design spaces to encourage physical activity and social interaction; create safe streets with bike lanes; provide natural light, fresh air, and green areas that help combat pollution.

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A lot of progress has been made with environmentally conscious design and prefabricated construction methods.
The construction industry is being driven by the concepts of sustainability and durability. Sustainable practices result in lower energy bills, improved overall health of occupants, and increased profitability for developers. Sustainable design minimizes environmental impact, saves money on energy costs, improves safety, and reduces the risk of damage from natural disasters. Green roofs can reduce stormwater runoff by absorbing rainwater into the soil. Buildings can be heated by using light-colored roofing materials that absorb sunlight instead of reflecting it.

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A sustainable design can help keep temperatures cooler in the summer months, which means less use of air conditioning throughout the year—resulting in lower electricity bills. Today, it is almost impossible to build a modern house without arches as they are being seen as necessary and not just fancy add-ons. What we consider today was once innovative thinking a few hundred years ago. Similar progress has been made with environmentally conscious design and prefabricated construction methods.