An architect should act as a composer who coordinates space into synchronization for function and beauty through the senses. Architectural building is not just for the visual sense. It is not even a composite compilation of mortar, iron, steel and bricks. There must be something else which will give the occupants peace and joy. As the human body sees, hears, smells, moves and even tastes within a space – the architecture comes to alive. The rhythm of architecture can be felt by occupants as a result of the architect’s dexterous composition – the nimble mixture of all the sensorial qualities with the space. By putting together spatial sensorial features, an architect can influence the minds of residents and can lead them through the functional and aesthetic rhythms of a created place elevating their living experiences. Interior and exterior design plays an important role in creating an aesthetic architecture. Architecture landscaping also elevate the living experience of the occupants. With the help of 3D animation and architectural rendering, clients can preview how the interiors and exteriors of the building are going to look like much before its actual construction. It helps them to cross check whether their requirements have been properly addressed.
With computing technology rapidly creeping in, modern architecture design has undergone an immense change. Software is tremendously changing our interface with the world. Labor intensive paper drawings have changed platform onto computers in the form of architectural drafting software. The evolution of BIM modeling software has greatly impacted the architecture design industry. It has removed all roadblocks in the AEC industry. A typical BIM covers geometry, spatial analysis, light analysis, climate zone information, quantities and properties of building components and uses 3D software to increase productivity in building design and construction. It offers the intelligent solution for the integration of the many disciplines involved in the building design process.
Architectural building is not just for the visual sense. It is not just a composite compilation of mortar, iron, steel and bricks. There must be something else which will give the occupants peace and joy.