future of home
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September 14, 2021
That's a wrap on BOH’s third annual Future of Home conference, where an all-star lineup of speakers gathered to discuss the future of media, real estate, collaborations and so much more. Here, we share the top takeaways from Day 2.
future of home
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September 13, 2021
We’re live from the first day of BOH’s third annual Future of Home conference, where an all-star lineup of speakers will discuss the future of media, real estate, collaborations and so much more. Follow along as we share the top takeaways from day one.
future of home
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July 20, 2021
Business of Home’s third annual Future of Home returns to in-person programming in New York this fall, with a star-powered speaker lineup and a mission to spotlight areas of opportunity and innovation in a rapidly changing industry.
future of home
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September 15, 2020
While we weren’t able to gather in person this year, the Future of Home conference transformed into a streaming show, peppered with opportunities to connect with speakers and panelists live. For the second day of virtual programming, we explored the many ways to shape our own “new normal,” and why the design industry’s future is brighter than it may seem.
future of home
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September 14, 2020
In a world that already feels upended, our speakers offered a bracing look at just how much industry disruption is still to come—and unpacked the opportunities those forces of change present for all of us. They also talked about the role of beauty, purpose, authenticity, diversity and craft in today’s design world.
magazine
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June 10, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? A travel agent has some surprising insights.
magazine
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June 3, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth? We asked two historians for their view.
magazine
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May 27, 2020
As a new generation of clients comes of age, and technology continues to seep its way into every corner of a decidedly old-school profession, it’s likely that design won’t be exactly the same in 2030 as it is in 2020. What will it be like? And just as importantly, what will it be worth?
trade tales
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September 13, 2019
In the wake of our inaugural Future of Home conference this week, we asked seven designers—Robin Henry, Cynthia Ferguson, Amy Lau, Barry Goralnick, Robin Titus, Melanie Fowler and Jessica Stambaugh—what the future of the industry looks like to them.
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