Technology is continuously advancing and evolving in the most incredible way. In just a snip of a finger, everything around us change. Our lives depend on it and simply we can’t live with it.
In the present, consumers, as well as, designers have been utilizing technology in creating new home spaces or designing home and furniture pieces, in their own imagination and creative palette incorporating valuable design elements and principles. This can be helpful when we design our dream home, or working on improving a rental property. That is, if we want to pursuit property investment.
With technology, you can simply draft fast and re-imagine your dream masterpiece.
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Designing homes or even furniture pieces are traditionally costly, timely, and requires a professional interior designer to achieve it. But with the continuous advancement of technology, it is radically altering our interiors with design applications that better visualize of what we tend to achieve and attain when designing homes. It enables us to eliminate high costs and headaches in regards to drafting and visualizing our dream space.
How technology influences interior design?
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With technology, designers as well as consumers, learn to evolve and adapt to different demands and norms for homes and offices around the globe. It changes people in how they remodel and update their homes, trying to capture every aspect of design in their own hands.
Be surprised just as how technology impact interior design:
- Augmented Reality (AR). It is the best tool that helps designers to visualize rooms with 3D renderings of items and furnishings embedded on top of an existing scene through a device’s camera. Just consider how IKEA’s AR app provides visual aid with accurate renderings. It contains 98% close to life 3D Models.
- Green Homes. Environmental concerns have been on the rise these days, that’s why technology developed innovations of homes that are simply environment friendly. Consider having a home made from bamboo with natural lighting or with solar panels and eco water heaters.
- Smart Homes. Users are now opting to install smart home features in their home. Consider voice activated accessories such as Google Home and Amazon’s Echo control your room’s lighting, heating and security locks in just one command. You and the designers will be much particular in having spaces dedicated for smart switches and thermostats accessible by hand or voice.
- Tiny House. Due to the rapid population in cities, rising house prices and living costs, most people would just like to have cozy tiny houses. With technology, the designers can simply manipulate the designs of homes to fit the needs and wants of their clients, or simply you having to redesign your space to reach your tiny house goals. Consider having less than 37 square meter home that is much appealing and fully functioning.
- Virtual Reality (VR). Have been in the minds of gamers and dreamers for long, VR is simply unfathomable. Imagine walking through a digitalized room with your full design around. You can get through your personalized interior space design by wearing head mounted glasses and headsets to capture a full interactive experience.
- 3D Printers. Interior designers use 3D printing to build fast prototypes of their designs for clients to sample and provide feedback, as well as, state-of-the-art constructions waiting to be realized not just in dreams. It is easy to design and produce.
Technology just simply changes everything especially in interior designing.
Interior designers and ordinary consumers can simply visualize as to how their interiors should be.
With technology you can visualize rooms with 3D renderings of items and furnishings embedded on top of an existing scene, innovate homes that are environment friendly, employ smart devices in complementing interior corners, redesign tiny house space that are appealing and fully functioning, immerse in your fully personalized digitally designed room, and build fast prototypes of interiors and constructions.
By Tuan Nguyen