Tomorrow’s residential design will be innovative, functional and ecological.
Modern residential design, because of the change in the family dynamic, has dramatically changed from what it was in the first half of the 20th century. Our personal living space has become a representation of our personality and lifestyle and homes are now more and more spacious, allowing the privacy needed for comfort.
It is therefore more and more important that Interior Architects understand the needs of the people using a building, designing homes that blend indoor and outdoor living space.
An architect also has to be able to implement the best eco-friendly product options and design revolutionary architectural designs. Creating a home that is aesthetically pleasing, combining comfort and functionality, using renewable energy systems; such as solar power, wind turbines and energy-efficient lighting.
What will be the effects of new technological advances on our living space and our urban environment?
Providing new ways to design energy-efficient housing, that respects the environment whilst improving the quality of life for inhabitants, is one of the main challenges faced by the “Grand Paris” Parisian housing law and our graduates will have an essential role to play in the design of tomorrow’s sustainable living.