They say the future is already here. Many may not have noticed. After all, the Pacific skyline looks just as it was a few years back. And that may be precisely the point. Architectural designs San Francisco consultations could have that in mind. Helping to bring down sky-high pollution levels, amongst a number of other inner city issues which may well be related directly or indirectly to global warming and climate change.
The very shape of those skyscrapers. They do look so futuristic, don't they? They almost seem so out of place in a broad urban landscape that was always so familiar. But over the years, that urban landscape did become gray and dull. It is not owing to any lack of architectural imagination. Quite the contrary. It is owing to the impact of pollution as a result of the city's vigorous everyday activities.
The accumulation thereof does have its consequences. So many new innovations within the architectural drawing room seek to address these. And they are doing so at a rapid pace. It may never be necessary to demolish entire buildings. But tearing down some of those walls they certainly are doing, this to create a far more open and sustainable environment. There is plenty more breathing space.
Living space is being created for new entrants to the urban city environment. Improved and more efficient productivity levels are being encouraged. The convenience of a technologically enhanced interior does have its challenges in the sense that it is not within financial reach of most. And yet it is amazing to see what can be achieved from a simplified design that requires little to no reliance on digital technologies and the like.
The story will continue for as long as architectural designs continue to shape the future.