Androsky Lugo discusses the architectural design trends of 2022

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Androsky Lugo says we’ll see more curved shapes in new homes over the next decade.

EASTCHESTER, NEW YORK, USA, May 24, 2022 / —
Androski Lugo says we’ll see more curved shapes in new homes over the next decade. This style is reminiscent of the Art Deco aesthetic that emerged in the early 20th century. Its simplicity, emphasis on geometry and materials such as glass are characteristic of the design movement. Some of the best examples of curved plan shapes are spiral staircases and exposed steel beams. There are many architectural design blogs dedicated to this style.

Lugo notes that the building and construction industry accounts for around 39% of total CO2 emissions and 36% of all final energy consumption. With climate change and environmental concerns increasingly on the public agenda, this trend is sure to become more mainstream. This trend also emphasizes green building techniques, such as incorporating sustainable materials. By incorporating green features into buildings, architects can minimize the environmental impact of their designs. Although these trends are not yet widely accepted, they are still at the forefront of design.

Notes by Androsky Lugo that the interior design industry is no different. Like fashion, it has its ups and downs. A new interpretation of an old design can be the key to a successful project. Another architectural trend that’s a surefire winner is Butler’s pantries in custom home designs. Initially just an addition to a home, this piece has become an integral part of virtually every custom floor plan. These trends are expected to continue over the next decade and beyond.

Multigenerational living will be another trend to watch. In 2022, we will see more multigenerational lifestyles. This trend was first triggered by COVID-19, which highlighted the need for multigenerational living. This trend may continue to gain momentum in the coming year. However, this will require more space in common areas by creating a flexible environment where people of different generations can coexist. Along with living spaces that support multiple generations, many homeowners will also want a property that can be rented out in the future.

In addition to these architectural trends, Androsky Lugo explains that we will see the evolution of technology. The technology can be integrated into any space, allowing for a more comfortable and energy-efficient environment. With the growing awareness of sustainability and ethical consumption, people will demand buildings that blend in with their surroundings. Similarly, a new trend in building design focused on energy efficiency is the use of solar panels in buildings. This trend will also continue to gain popularity in the years to come.

Organic prints will be popular in 2022. Natural tones will enhance the look of homes with their natural appeal. Likewise, advanced furniture sets made from durable materials will be popular in the future. And in addition to unassuming home decor, lamps will be the center of attention in 2022. Lamps can be used as conversation pieces and can take on fascinating shapes. The trend will work equally well with the vintage/antique style. Vintage shops are full of exciting treasures that will make great accent pieces for any home.

Androski Lugo
Architecture firm Framing Futures
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Isabel M. Bourgeois