1. Biomimicry Design

It is the design process follows by the principle aspect of the Nature but not merely replicating the natural forms. This allow us to produce innovative sustainable and efficient results.

2. Resilient Design

Buildings, environments, populations, and areas deliberately constructed in reaction to serious vulnerabilities. It will be in high demand in the coming years because of the growing technologies and the need for spaces in remote locations, environments, and even planets.

3. Futuristic Design

Conceiving the ideation and synthesis that aims at all the possible futures. It is needed for the cities that tackle unforeseen circumstances.

4. Conservational Design

A mechanism in which by deliberately designed measures the material historical and architectural dignity of every built heritage is preserved. It maintains society’s heritage as old buildings are representative of the place ‘s history.

5. Adaptive Reuse

It is the process of design that reuses an existing building for a purpose other than which it was originally built or designed for. This plays an important as it is the part of Sustainable Architecture