In an increasingly digital and data-driven world, it’s no surprise to see an increased demand for this within the architectural and planning world.
Digital tools allow A/E/C firms to make rapid and highly visual models to inform better decision making early on in the design and planning stages. There are multiple benefits to this approach, as it allows for changes to be seamlessly incorporated at much lower costs. Additionally, it provides more accurate data, so building designs are smarter, better integrated to the surrounding environment and more adaptable to change. The question isn’t will digital tools change architecture, but how it will change.