The Labs team is gearing up for the first large scale, living report that details the latest trends in modern domestic design.
Over the years, PSFK has published a series of reports that have captured emerging trends in a variety of space from retail and work, to health. Now, we are excited to announce our latest in the series, The Future of Home Living. The nature of life in the home is incredibly dynamic and interactive, so PSFK is channeling this spirit of constant evolution into a report that will live in more places that just on the printed page and online.
PSFK will be launching a multi-channel demonstration of the trends that have been identified that includes an exclusive event series, custom editorial content pieces, a PSFK-curated apartment, as well as a street-level exhibition space on 6th Avenue in New York at the new 101 building in Chelsea. Key themes running through everything will be will be the defining factors driving the design of the home of the future: Equilibrium, On-Demand and Adaptive.
Showcasing a thoughtfully curated selection of products, services, and design inspiration from innovators in urban dwelling, the PSFK apartment at the 101 will be an immersive, three-dimensional exploration of innovative approaches to the 21st-century urban lifestyle. It will be open to special tours.
PSFK’s exhibit in the 101’s street-level space will be an interactive gallery of home and lifestyle innovations, as viewed through the lens of our ‘Future of Home Living’ themes. Open to the public for four weeks, the exhibit will invite industry leaders, press, and the wider community to actively engage with the ideas and insights surfaced in PSFK’s trends research. Click here to RSVP to see the exhibit.
While the exhibition is running, we will also be accessing the 101‘s communal spaces to host unique events to showcase the subject and provide more in-depth product discovery, and demonstrations.
So stay tuned to the Future of Home Living site to watch our trends develop over the next ten weeks, and look out for the official debut of the report on July 22nd, and the opening of the exhibition on July 23rd.