By the 1990s, sustainable design had taken hold, with the effort to conserve earth’s resources for future generations. Today’s buildings are greener and smarter, some are even net zero, which means that a building produces enough renewable energy to meet its own annual energy consumption requirements.
Digital design has made it easier for architects to work out complicated environmental issues and structural problems, and produce more jaw-dropping sculptural forms.
Architects today produce some of their most creative designs inside. Check out these interiors.
Some samples of what big thinking can achieve.