Aesthetics is in the eye of the beholder, and it depends upon the prevailing tastes of the time. A building's functionality, or fitness, is a matter of how well it accommodates the purposes for which it was built. Its structural integrity means soundness - will the building last over time? Historically speaking aesthetics has usually trumped fitness as the overriding factor in architectural design. Classical architecture was preoccupied with articulating features on walls and facades. Modern architecture is equally concerned with aesthetic formalities, such as form following function.
Home furnishing is dependent upon several factors like home color scheme, intended place of use, as well as personal preferences regarding interior design. For living rooms, the ideal option is modern leather furniture (leather sofa, love seat, and sofa beds), whereas for bedroom people prefer using fabric.
Nowadays, different types of modern furnishing plans are popular. Depending upon personal preferences people have different options to choose from furniture made of leather, fabric, wood, steel, and glass.
The challenge for the designer today is to produce ecologically-sound buildings without compromising contemporary concepts of beauty. There are plenty of examples of excellence in sustainable design which is soundly built, well-fit for its purpose, and an aesthetic delight. Even small luxury home plans are increasingly ecology-conscious in their choice of materials for conservation of resources and self-sufficiency.