Computers are being used in architecture for at least forty years. But from 1990, there is a shift in the use of three-dimensional programs of film and aerospace industries, not simply as representational tools for visualization, but as a productive tool for digital morphogenesis. With time, the concept of parametric design had been created, which the last ten years is the subject of systematic research and application of innovative (avant-garde) architecture. In 2008, a name for this new architecture and its elevation in style with their own rules, had been proposed. The proposed name, by Patrik Schumacher, was "parametricism". This style, is using parametric tools to produce forms and largely writing "scripts". In the digital era that we live, new more efficient ways of production and realization of the designed architectural project have been found. The whole process of creation, from concept to construction, through the use of computers and the digitally controlled manufacturing machines, constituting parts that belong to the so-called digital continuum. So with the help of parametric design in a digital continuum can achieve mass customization. The technology is constantly changing and affects both the arts and sciences related to or depend upon it. As has been demonstrated so far, the architecture is flexible and adapts to changes, whether social or technological.