The world has changed so much since the first buildings were built. With rapid urbanisation and new technologies emerging almost every day, we are now looking at a year filled with architecture trends that’s expected to shape the future of architecture:
We already know that putting together any structure should follow the long process of doing a measured building survey, projecting them into 3D BIM models and eventually, working on the construction itself. But there are instances when design interventions need to be done right away, especially when they concern traffic and safety.
It is where tactical urbanism was born, the process of implementing temporary interventions using low-cost materials and a lot of creativity.
You’ve seen this through colourful pedestrian plazas, bright road signs and pop-up bike lanes that allow for immediate change without having to go through the process of permissions, clearances, and construction.