PSFK Labs partnered with Architizer to launch Building Tomorrow: Trends Driving the Future of Design. This report provides an overview of future trends in architecture, as well as the societal forces moving them forward drawn from an analysis of Architizer’s global library of innovative designs and PSFK’s expertise in industries like travel, retail, and home living.
It is important to note, this report is not necessarily a study in architecture: it is a guide for any creative professional who is building today – whether that in the physical, media or digital landscape. The themes highlighted within Building Tomorrow can be used to inspire the cities of tomorrow, but the trends can be leveraged to build the next generation of products, services and experiences.
Published September 2015
The report includes:
- 3 global drivers impacting design
- 9 Key Trends building tomorrow
- Implications for Retail, Product, and Digital Experience
- Perspectives from industry experts
- 4 Pillars for Creating Experiences
Invite the analysts behind this PSFK report to come and provide a tailored presentation at your office or next conference. We work to tailor our talks to provide context and actionable recommendations for all audiences. There are three ways to get in touch:
Turn the insights and recommendations found within this report into action through a workshop. Customized specifically for your business' goals, needs and culture, this is a hands-on dive into the ideas and trends in our reports, with a focus on implementing them for your own business or clients. Whether these run from 4 hours to 2 days, your team will leave not just inspired and informed, but ready to take action.
- Creating Authenticity Through Context
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- Architects Take the Next Step In Sustainable Solutions: Passive Energy Systems
- Buildings Breathe Second Life Through Help of Sustainable Materials
- Think Small When Designing for the Cities of Tomorrow
- Designing Distraction-Free Zones
- Future Proofing with Flexible Design
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