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60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes: 2017's Top Trends

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In this fast-paced session, industry-leading architects, interior designers and builders will share easy-to-implement design ideas that you can use to update elevations, renew floor plans, animate streetscapes and develop dynamic neighborhoods. Using a wide array of drawings and photos, the panelists will show you the newest design trends, products and strategies to capture your buyers' attention and make the sale.

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60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes: 2017's Top Trends

  1. 1. 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes: 2017’s Top Trends
  2. 2. Session Description In this fast-paced session, industry-leading architects, interior designers and builders will share easy-to-implement design ideas that you can use to update elevations, renew floor plans, animate streetscapes and develop dynamic neighborhoods. Using a wide array of drawings and photos, the panelists will show you the newest design trends, products and strategies to capture your buyers’ attention and make the sale.
  3. 3. Session Learning Outcomes • Analyze the key market trends emerging in interior, exterior and outdoor living design. • Discover tricks of the trade for achieving hot new looks on a tight budget. • Identify where to find both the materials and manufacturers to make your vision happen. • Acquire proven tips on how to satisfy prospective home buyers by understanding their wants and needs.
  4. 4. Credit(s) earned on completion of this course will be reported to AIA CES for AIA members upon completion of the AIA/CES Session Participation Forms found in the back of this session room and online at www.BuildersShow.com. Certificates of Completion for both AIA members and non-AIA members are available upon request. This course is registered with AIA CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Professional Education
  5. 5. Meet Your Speakers Jamie Goldman Steve James Sanford Steinberg John Thatch Todd Hallett Mike Hetherman Rick Overby Maxine Lauer Eric Brown Marc Thee
  6. 6. Maxine Lauer Sphere Trending Waterford, Michigan www.spheretrending.com mlauer@spheretrending.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  7. 7. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: healthy home (new parents concerned about indoor air quality) creative decor (influential on household purchases & décor) analog needs (bedrooms simplify, play enters gathering spaces - inside & out) “Millennial parents’ top concerns are environmental issues and what their kids eat, with 52% saying they closely monitor their children’s diet and 64% saying the environment has become a top concern now that they are parents.” MILLENNIAL MARKETING GLOBAL-FROM-BIRTH (ages 0-8) SPHERE TRENDING SPHERE TRENDING
  8. 8. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: active home (experience rooms for games & family time) interactive kitchen (kitchen evolves for multiple cooks) my space (designated space, such as the kids' outdoor firepit station) “Today’s youth consider cooking part of their identity. Nearly 4 in 10 kids, including 51% of teens, say they have recently cooked a meal from scratch.” CASSANDRA REPORT DIGITAL-FROM-BIRTH (ages 9-22)
  9. 9. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: comfort decor (casual lifestyles; seamless indoor/outdoor living) connected home (technology is the new luxury & convenience) sensory design (authentic heritage, texture – color - shape) “Different as we are, our feelings of home are strikingly similar. People all over the world use similar words to describe the essence of what makes a home to them. Comfort, coziness, relaxation and warmth are among the first words mentioned." IKEA 2016 LIFE AT HOME REPORT GEN NOW (ages 23-40) SPHERE TRENDING
  10. 10. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: storage critical (lifestage is busy; organization ranks high) essential havens (private rooms and niches to recharge) practical spaces (this generation is the most pragmatic) “Using a mix of traditionalism and pragmatism, Gen X parents bring balance to childrearing. Contradicting the popular saying “It take a village to raise a child,” Generation X parents, from early experience, emphasize that it takes parents to raise a child.” VALUE OPTIONS GEN X (ages 41-50) SPHERE TRENDING MELBOURNE CONTEMPORARY KITCHENS
  11. 11. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: luxe amenities (artisan detail, wine cellars, spa bath) entertaining home (media rooms, auxiliary beverage stations) convenience design (low maintenance, one-story living) “Don't expect Baby Boomers to stick to the script when it comes to retirement and housing decisions. Most plan to age in place, but many will move into larger homes and take out new mortgages to do so." DEMAND INSTITUTE ZOOMERS (ages 51-71) SPHERE TRENDING
  12. 12. INFLUENCE ON HOME DESIGN: wellness amenities (natural light, color usage, pathways) smart home (technology enters the home for health & safety) easy comfort (more outdoor connection points, aging-in-place) “Today's housing stock is not age-friendly, with most homes lacking features such as a single story, low maintenance and accessibility features." DEMAND INSTITUTE PRIME TIMERS (ages 72+) STREET OF DREAMS PORTLAND
  13. 13. John Thatch, AIA, LEED AP Dahlin Group Pleasanton, California www.dahlingroup.com john.thatch@dahlingroup.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  14. 14. Contemporary Desires/Solutions Trends The Marketplace
  15. 15. Simple Lines, Windows, Quality Materials Attention to Detail
  16. 16. Architecture as Art The Possibilities
  17. 17. Inside / Out Architecture The Details
  18. 18. Follow Through The Details
  19. 19. Light and Luxury The Touches
  20. 20. Completing the Picture Rooftop Spaces
  21. 21. Mike Hetherman, CKD Willis Burlington, Ontario www.mikehetherman.com mikeh@4willis.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  22. 22. Image Image Power Dependent
  23. 23. Image Image Spa-like Bathrooms– Create an escape
  24. 24. Image Image Points of Transition– waterproof / low maintenance
  25. 25. Image Image Coving allows for low and easy maintenance
  26. 26. Image Image Manage Acoustics with wall panels / wall art
  27. 27. Steve James, AIA DTJ DESIGN Boulder, Colorado www.dtjdesign.com sjames@dtjdesign.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  28. 28. Image Image URBAN VIBE on the FRINGE Amenities Homes Styles
  29. 29. Portals of Connection; Celebration
  30. 30. Kenetic, Flexible, Multi-Purpose
  31. 31. Happy Hour Gathering
  32. 32. Brewery Vibe
  33. 33. Private Open Space SDF 25’ Wide
  34. 34. Tall and Thin, Private Decks Light and Delight
  35. 35. VILLAGE CENTER TOWNHOMES, Superior, CO. 2400 SF Townhomes 24’ Wide 2,000 SF Roof Deck Light Well Inside
  36. 36. Ground Entry Raised Entry SFD Cottages 22’ Wide 2,000 SF 4 Corner Foundation Opt. Deck Living Level Bdr’m Level
  37. 37. Modern Moderated Modern “Fresh Style” for the Fringe
  38. 38. Modern Prairie
  39. 39. Every Room with a View Modern Farmhouse
  40. 40. SAME UNIT – UPTOWN VIBE Modern Manor : Familiar Roof ; Fresh Facade
  41. 41. Crisp Color Contrast Muted Vibrant
  42. 42. Rick Overby Stella Color + Design Denver, Colorado www.stellacolordesign.com ro@stellacolordesign.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  43. 43. Intentional Use of Color
  44. 44. Image Image Color Design for Region/Community/Context
  45. 45. WHITE, Gray, and Black
  46. 46. White, GRAY and Black
  47. 47. White, Gray and BLACK
  48. 48. Image Image Body Accent Color
  49. 49. Sanford Steinberg, AIA, CPG Steinberg Dickey Collaborative, LLP Houston, Texas www.sdcarchitects.com sanford@sdcarchitects.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  50. 50. MULTIFAMILY – Today’s Communities
  51. 51. WILLOWICK PARK
  52. 52. SALES/LEASING EXPERIENCE
  53. 53. AMENITIES
  54. 54. AMENITIES
  55. 55. AMENITIES
  56. 56. AMENITIES
  57. 57. INTERIORS
  58. 58. RESORT POOLS
  59. 59. RESORT POOLS
  60. 60. RESORT ATMOSPHERE
  61. 61. Todd Hallett, AIA, CAPS TK Design & Associates, Inc. South Lyon, Michigan www.tkhomedesign.com thallett@tkhomedesign.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  62. 62. Eric Brown Artisan Homes Realty, LLC Paradise Valley, Arizona www.artisanhomes.net eric@artisanhomes.net 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  63. 63. Image Image 1. Comfortable Contemporary
  64. 64. Image Image 1. Comfortable Contemporary
  65. 65. Image Image 2. Modern Farmhouse
  66. 66. Image Image 2. Modern Farmhouse
  67. 67. Image 3. Millennials Hit the Urban Suburbs
  68. 68. Image Image 3. Millennials Hit the Urban Suburbs
  69. 69. 4. Technology Is Not Just For Millennials Anymore • Homes should at least keep up with our cars. • Wireless is cheaper and more flexible than hard wiring. • Offer WOW packages that include set up of personal devices. • From visual doorbells to appliances, lights, cameras, themostats, garage doors, blinds.. All affordable and wanted by consumers.
  70. 70. Image Image 5. Apartment-style living becomes a desired lifestyle choice
  71. 71. Image Image 5. Apartment Style Living, Maintenance-Free Luxury Amenities
  72. 72. Image 6. The Return of the Duplex
  73. 73. Image Image 6. Higher density = simple site plans, simple to build
  74. 74. Image Image 6. Revised Townhome Configuration to Duplex
  75. 75. Image Image 7. Reduce the Home Footprint for Construction and Energy Savings
  76. 76. Marc Thee Marc-Michael Interior Design, Inc. Winter Park, Florida www.marc-michaels.com marc@marc-michaels.com 2017’s TOP TRENDS: 60 Design Ideas in 60 Minutes
  77. 77. Your Speakers Jamie Goldman Steve James Sanford Steinberg John Thatch Todd Hallett Mike Hetherman Rick Overby Maxine Lauer Eric Brown Marc Thee

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