The construction industry keeps innovating and changing both the way that buildings are designed and the way that they are built.
Technology is enabling architects to design buildings freed from the previous constraints over what was possible. The use of computers is allowing designers to create more curved and expressive projects with less regular forms. Freeform buildings such as those designed by the late Dame Zaha Hadid will become more widespread and trickle down to housing.
As designs become more complex, follow less traditional forms and make innovations, the need to show these clearly to clients, planners and occupiers will surely grow.
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