The events of the past 15 months have changed perception and use of home as the launching pad not just for personal activities but also a hub for work, entertainment and education. What does this mean for new-home design and remodeling of legacy upscale properties?
Even as affluent consumers regain confidence with resumed travel and work habits and a return to in-person schooling for families, some changes are here to stay. Chief among the shifts are flexible work-from-home arrangements and more digital meetings, leading to more wear and tear as well as more compartmentalization in property use.
This July 14 Luxury Hour webcast at 11 a.m. to noon ET via GoToWebinar – from Luxury Daily and Luxury Portfolio International – will discuss:
* Why luxury home design needs a fresh approach
* Hub and spoke: Is that the way forward to treat the primary residence in relation to all work, play and home activities?
* What will the new homes and remodels look like?
* How will the landscaping and gardens evolve?
* Furniture and fixtures of the future
* Increased digitalization of the home and intuitive amenities
* Material changes: Taking a fresh look at stone, wood and composites
* Larger footprint means more energy use. Is sustainability on the retreat?
* Imagining the luxury home of 2025
Timothy Corrigan, principal, Timothy Corrigan Inc.
Alessandra Branca, principal, Branca
Charles Hilton, principal, Charles Hilton Architects
Brittany Chevalier McIntyre, executive editor, Luxe Interiors + Design
Moderator: Mickey Alam Khan, editor in chief, Luxury Daily