The pleasure of enjoying architecture should not be exclusively of the rich or people with high purchasing power. If we consider architecture an art, and the construction of a work that will endure over time a heritage of a community, everyone should have access to inhabit a good structure.
The architect has a role not only commercially but also with society.
The economic architecture is one that is accessible to all.
Within the economic architecture we find several dimensions. On the one hand, the designs made from sustainable building materials such as clay, earth, stone, wood, among others.
These materials are drawn from nature, often from the environment where the building will be built.
So sustainable homes or buildings are a good example of economic architecture.
On the other hand, prefabricated homes, or built from modules designed to be mass produced, are another example of economic architecture. These homes cost up to 70% cheaper than tradit…