The last few decades were not so much evolution of the architecture industry, but rather a revolution in it. The scope of tasks that architects are being entrusted with is constantly expanding, and so increases the pressure related to project completion time and competition. All this forces people to introduce new solutions and innovative technologies.
Long hours spent over the drafting table with tracing paper spread on it are now a thing of the past. An architect equipped with a scanner and a 3D printer, the use of which in architecture and construction on a larger scale is only a matter of time, is now able to implement increasingly spectacular projects. Applications help architects to organise their work and maintaining contact with their clients.
Day by day, the future of design becomes more and more virtual because today an architect is more than just a good engineer. The environment demands that an architect should also be a salesperson, a product manager and a financier.