Project type: Book
Edited by: Wolfram Putz, Thomas Willemeit & Lars Krückeberg
Paperback: 112 pages
Published in September 2014, the Immobilienreport 2015 was written by GRAFT for the Zukunftsinstitut think-tank agency in Frankfurt. It examines the question of how the design of our public, commercial and private spaces can be used to shape our quality of living in the future?
The report offers valuable insight for all planners and producers of spaces, whether in the real estate and construction sector, architects, product designers and retailers, private builders or representatives of the mobility industry.
The topics covered include: Pop-up formats – temporary, limited offers as an antidote to ‘always and everywhere’; Neo-Biedermeier – the renaissance of the domestic realm; From Hospital to Hospitality – from patient to guest; Community Commuters – adequate architectural responses to new neighbourhood models and work patterns; New Relevance – authenticity as a bridge between luxury and sustainability; and E-Mobility – networked approaches present new opportunities for urban planning and housing.