How the Sharing Economy is Shaping the Future of Design
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In the new “sharing economy,” we own much less and share much more. Lifestyle-sharing economy businesses like Lyft, InstaCart, SupperBell and Drizzly ensure that many of the “needs” in our lives can be brought to us. As the last of the millennials enter adulthood — and the middle class — this trend shows that they will own less stuff, and that this thriving “minimalist” movement will significantly impact the way future generations live. Less furniture, minimal storage needs and fewer cars on the road — how will the places people live, work and play need to adapt to the less-is-more lifestyle?
|ABOUT THE PRESENTERS|
|Kelly Davis, AIA – Principal, OZ Architecture|
|Adam Fenton – Vice President of Development, BMC Investments|