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How Technology Is Changing The Future Of Interior Design

How Technology Is Changing The Future Of Interior Design

From smartphones to talking assistants, technology has transformed our way of living and thinking. It has transformed businesses and manufactured several new ones. So, how can interior designing stay an exception to the tech-revolution? Technology continues to evolve in the interior designing space and is all set to change it in the years to come.

Let us take a look at some of the technological elements that are turning interior designing into a more customer, design, and service-oriented profession than ever. Also, let us check out on TTA’s interior designing courses towards the end of this blog.

4 Technology Elements Prepared to Change the Future of Interior Designing

1) Virtual Reality (VR)

These days, you don’t have to necessarily visit a space to find out how it is or to take a tour of the place. VR is a new-age concept that takes you through a virtual tour. So, while the designer explains everything about the site, you can feel you are there. But this is just the beginning. VR is slated to set new customer experience standards, and hence expect a lot of exciting stuff to happen in the future!

2) Tiny Houses

Considering the acute shortage of space in the years to come, and the sky-high property rates, a lot of people have already begun resorting to tiny houses. These houses are below 400 square feet. So, you use only the amount of space you require, and nothing more than that. It is turning out to be a hit in the United States, and as the land area continues to reduce, it will soon become a necessity in India as well.

3) 3D Printing

We can’t forget 3D printing when we talk about technology in interior designing. 3D printing helps interior designers quickly demonstrate their designs, and allow their customers to experience the design, and touch it through miniature designs. 3D printing reduces the time between ideation and implementation. This expedites design production and improves customer service.

4) Smart Homes

Smart homes already exist, although they aren’t as widespread yet. Smart homes comprise of a smart home center serving as a personal assistant, speaker and an alarm combined in one device!

Let’s say, you are playing your favorite tune on your piano, and wish to switch on the fan. At present, since the concept isn’t as common, you don’t have an option but to get up and do it yourself. But soon, you won’t have to do it. Devices such as Google Home are soon going to change your lifestyle.

 So, whether you want to listen to your favorite 70s hits, or you wish to switch off the AC while you continue working on your laptop, you can send a command to the device, and it will do it for you.

Times and Trends Academy Interior Designing Courses

Today, the interior designing industry needs new-age professionals that are creative, but at the same time, well adept at the application of interior designing technology. In this view, TTA offers two comprehensive interior design and decorating courses to ensure the industry gets what it wants, and students as well as excel in their jobs.

TTA’s interior designing course list entails two courses – Diploma in Interior Designing and Diploma in Interior Decoration Course. These courses comprise of learning the latest interior designing topics and therefore are well-designed to meet the industry’s needs. The academy nurtures a team of industry experts that decide the course curriculum, and guide students to a successful career in this profession.

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