With the looming possibility of water shortages, desertification, and the necessity of finding alternative fuel sources on the horizon, humanity's booming numbers may soon be need of some solid solutions to ensure that we as a species are able to survive and thrive in the future.
In preparation for this, a number of architects are busy cracking their skulls and making architectural plans for the future of greener living. Here's a list of top picks that will leave you looking forward to the future of architecture:
The hallway of your home is likely to be a place to hang up your coat, leave your shoes or a place where keys and mail gathers on a side table. We often forget about the impact our hallways can have, instead focusing our attention on the living area, kitchen or bedroom when it comes to interior design. In many homes, hallways can be incredibly plain; if they are only a small area of your home, it’s probable that you’re unsure what you can really do with it. Read more
Buying new furniture or even upgrading the old ones is a cumbersome job and needs too much of planning before investing in the furniture. Installing new furniture in our homes can be an expensive and cumbersome task so you need to be cautious before investing in the furniture. Before buying the furniture you need to be extra sure as for how it will look in your house or will it be approved by the members or consider the space constraints. Read more