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4 Creative Techniques that Are Changing the Way Buildings Are Designed

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 06 June 2017 15:53
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Modern day architecture is really something to marvel at. Many futuristic type buildings that used to only be portrayed in the movies are now appearing on city landscapes around the world. This is thanks, in large part, to the growing evolution of technology and a better understanding of how buildings are constructed. Take a look at the following four creative techniques that are changing the way buildings are designed today:

Innovation Through 3-D Printing

It is amazing what designers can now accomplish with a 3-D printer. Almost any object can now be effectively modeled and printed for a variety of uses. This has revolutionized the building design industry because entire landscapes and outdoor perimeters can be constructed in ways never before imagined would be possible. Projected to be a nearly 27 billion USD industry by 2019, 3-D printing will continue to change the way that modern buildings are designed.

Robot Technology

Humans have long known their limitations. While we continue to amaze even ourselves with what we are capable of, there are still some things that we will simply never be able to do. Thus, we have robots. They are also changing the way that buildings are built today because they can accomplish certain feats of innovation that we simply cannot. Consider the reality that a giant robot can now print a 3-D building in just 14 hours. That is really quite amazing if you think about it.

Computer Assisted Technology

While there is still much to be said about drafting out building plans by hand, computer technology has great aided in this area as well. New angles are able to be developed, and computer models make building design safer and more creative. Whereas builders in the past were hesitant to implement too much creativity over concerns for safety, civil engineering professionals today have the advantage of knowing just how much weight an area can manage.

Modern Machinery and Tools

Gone are the days when buildings were literally constructed from start to finish by hand. There are now many new modern types of machinery and tools that contribute to the creative design of buildings. Saws, for example, can make quick work of even the smallest pieces of wood or brick and turn them into something spectacular.

These are just four of the creative ways that the scope of building design has changed in recent years. As technology continues to evolve, there will inevitably be more. The face of building design will continue to captivate our visual senses moving forward.

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