Speaker Paul Goldberger talks about the future of architectural design in this modern architecture speech. Goldberger claims that there are a lot of elements to consider right now in terms of architecture, but provides the audience with a few current architectural focuses.
Goldberger states that being eco-friendly is a growing concern in architecture, which he supports completely. He also claims that compact dwellings, and other unusual structures, are becoming more popular. This is because architects acknowledge that the whole world can't be completely covered in buildings. Goldberger also points out that families have different needs than they used to, and modern homes should reflect those needs.
Goldberger is excited to see where the future of modern architecture is headed, but makes a few observation-based guesses.
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Speaker Paul Goldberger is an architecture critic and a contributor to Vanity Fair. Goldberger...