Architecture and design trends that subscribe to the idea of sustainable living must take into account the health and wellbeing of people who reside or work inside modern buildings. ‘Green’ architects and builders strive to create eco-friendly structures that are also pleasant to work and live in.
Sustainable living can be achieved through implementing green building measures that include water conservation techniques, energy saving techniques, waste management plans and the like. Architects and builders also need to create environments in which people can thrive.
Architects looking to create a sustainable living space must incorporate elements of nature such as plants and natural lighting. Allowing for natural elements inside the space is stimulating and inspires productivity. The architecture and design should draw on motivational elements that express the aspirations of the space and what it serves.
Essentially, creating a sustainable living space means creating an environmentally-responsible abode that not only has a low environmental impact but also encourages interaction, productivity and positivity.
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