The Future of Interior Design

3D printing

We hear a lot about 3D printing these days 3D printed cars, 3D printed prosthetics, 3D printed engines. When this new age technology can spread its reach so wide, how can it not affect the interior design and product design?

Many architects and interior designers are extensively using 3D printing to create new and unique designs that give the overall ambience of a property a truly modern look. 3D printing is changing the way architects and interior designers deal with their new consumer challenges


Tiny House Aspect

The trend toward tiny houses has become a huge social movement. People are choosing to downsize the space they live in, simplify, and live with less stuff. People are embracing the tiny life philosophy and the freedom that surrounds the tiny house lifestyle. The tiny house movement is about more than simply living in a very small space its also about utilization of a small space.

It turns out there are many merits to the tiny house movement and the tiny life philosophy. Of course, people may join this movement for any number of reasons, but the most popular reasons include environmental concerns, financial concerns, and the desire for freedom and customization.


Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality in the Interior Design industry involves collaboration with a designer to understand the need of a customer for designing an aesthetically pleasing and functional space. Interior designing is typically seen as a time-consuming and expensive process that comes with a lot of challenges. Customers at times find it difficult to define their thought process through verbal communication or using sketches, models, mock-up, etc. VR (Virtual Reality) makes it easier to communicate and visualise by focusing on the rich immersive experience for a better realisation. Using VR (Virtual Reality) you can design the layout using software and physically immerse yourself and interact with the layout visually which can then in return be utilized to make necessary improvements.


Sustainable Design

Whether the ultimate design goal is decoration, renovation or architectural detailing, all interior designers should be updated with the latest trends. Sustainability should be an essential part of every interior designer’s approach, from energy efficiency to reducing environmental impact.

In the design industry, the fastest-growing segment is the inclusion of green or sustainable interior design. From the use of rainwater harvesting to supplement wastewater needs to using materials such as bamboo, innovation is high when it comes to designing a sustainable interior space.