The advent of cloud computing has created new opportunities for architects and design firms to deliver high-quality and high-value services to clients.
As cloud computing evolves, however, we must consider the potential implications of a shift in the way we work and think about architecture and design.
This is because, as our technological capacity and capability increases, the opportunities for design are boundless.
In this article, we discuss how cloud architectures and design work and how they might affect architecture and the future of architecture.
Architecture The Architecture of Architectures, by Mark T. Wilson and William P. Balsamo, (Oxford University Press, 2016), p. 2 This paper argues that architects and designer are increasingly reliant on technology, and this technology is increasingly becoming part of the architecture.
The first wave of this technology was the advent of digital architecture in the 1960s and 70s.
It has since become pervasive, and architecture has been transformed.
Architecture is a series of processes and activities which are designed to bring about a desired result.
In the last 30 years, there have been two major waves of digitalization.
The early wave, the wave of digitization, began in the early 1990s and was marked by the advent and rapid deployment of digital signage, the Internet and mobile phones.
The second wave, which was introduced in the late 2000s, was marked not by the rapid development of digital technology, but by the emergence of new, increasingly powerful digital technologies.
In these two waves, the digital architecture of architectural practice has changed.
Architectural design and construction has shifted to the digital domain.
Architectures of digital architects are a subset of the digital architects of digital buildings.
The digital architects work is increasingly based on algorithms and other techniques which combine data from many different sources into a single data-rich representation of an architectural idea.
In addition to algorithms, architects also rely on data-driven design techniques to create their designs.
A good example of this approach is the digital digital architects’ use of visual design data which is used to create the digital model of a building.
The Digital Architecture of Architecture, by John R. Gurney and Mark T