Interior Design is revitalized to introduce home automation and make our homes smart. They affirm that in Spain Google has allied itself with large companies of the weight of Media Markt, El Corte Inglés, Amazon and Baxi Roca to give shape to these dreams.
This is how the internet of things will be installed in our homes and not just in kitchens. Technology will make our lives easier and will increase the security of people in homes.
The objective of this trend is for houses to have an intelligent response to certain daily stimuli, specialized above all in energy, security and protection.
One of the most revolutionary products that has been created is a smart thermostat that calculates the temperatures that the home is usually at and automatically programs itself in order to create an ideal environment.
This means that interior design has evolved. It is no longer just about creating harmonious environments in space, color and light, but it is also necessary to incorporate technological elements to offer cutting-edge work. Specialize!
Recommended universities to study Interior Design:
University of Technology Sydney – UTS
Located in the heart of the dynamic city of Sydney, the University of Technology (UTS) is an ideal place for students who dare to think outside the box. Founded in 1988, Australia’s number one young university approaches education with an innovative and open approach to the world, preparing students for working life, working in collaboration with its connections within the sector in the design of program content.
University of Central Lancashire
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has been ranked in the top 3.3% of universities in the world by the Center for World University Rankings 2017, with 16 academic areas rated as “world leaders”. The university continues to expand and is investing £200 million in a ‘Campus Master Plan’ by 2020.
Fanshawe College is located in the Canadian city of London, Ontario and welcomes more than 5,000 international students from more than 75 countries. Known as the ‘Woodland City’ surrounded by parks and lakes, London is a vibrant commercial and cultural center just two hours from Toronto, Niagara Falls and the US.