Mitali Kulkarni

21-11-2019 09:31 AM

In architecture terms, how is 'green design' or 'sustainable design' different from the contemporary design? What benefits it has for the end user?

Arpit Shrivastava (Technical Lead)

09-02-2021 05:42 PM

In simple words, we use green design for efficient use of resources and contemporary are the one we use for luxury Detailed Explanation: The operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction. People are now concerned about factors such as economy, utility, durability, and comfort. The practice of Green and Sustainable design is growing throughout the world making people concerned about various issues regarding building design and have achieved quite a lot of success. Every country in the world has its own traditional architectural styles. Traditional architectural styles involve the use of materials that are locally available and are available in abundance. But lately, after the industrial revolution and the creation of energy-intensive materials, the mindsets of people have changed drastically. They crave more fancy designs that involve the use of materials that are not available locally but are imported from different cities of the country or altogether different nations of the world. This style is called “Contemporary or Modern Design.” This became like the status symbol for the rich. Like people would say, “This is the best Italian marble available in the Italian market, Malaysian Wood furniture, maple wood flooring from America” etc. This is something that people should stop practicing.

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