The idea to convey the socio-political developments in architecture around the world gave birth to one of the most important developments of the modern century, namely modern architecture.
The industrial revolution "create buildings and spaces" (which is also known as “lage bygninger og rom” in the Norwegian language) that occurred brought many changes around the world, and its influence was also felt in the field of architecture. Thanks to technical and technological developments, architects can apply these changes to a wide variety of structures, buildings, and homes.
Modern architecture is characterized mainly by simplicity and originality, without sticky ornamentation. The constructions that were built in modern times are simple but elegant and are designed with different themes so that the main feature of the house is not complicated. Its development began to focus on maintaining the health and cleanliness of buildings.
While smooth, even walls help to evenly distribute the air in the room, materials can be reused for building construction, for example, and a one-sided sloping roof made of flat, smooth brick allows for stagnant heat flow. The structures used today are also environmentally friendly.
Plumbing architecture gained great popularity during this period because pipes were one of the most important parts that contributed to the appearance of enormous skyscrapers. These pipes have good strength and durability and can withstand vertical and horizontal forces.