Over the past million years or so, from the beginning of civilization , man and his use of materials has evolved. Right from the stone age, and the bronze age, all the way to more technologically advanced ages of today, we have seen new and varied ways in which materials have been used to make life easier. So it makes sense that the history of architecture is also deeply engrained in technological developments of the time. Our designs have become bolder, buildings taller, and bridges span wider - with skeletons of steel and cases of thin-shell concrete . In a time that is so buzzing with technological development, we cannot help but drool a little at the material prospects for architecture that are just on the horizon.