Both architects and real estate developers must question whether the current real estate products are in line with the new development models. This laboratory project reflects on this issue, based partly on reality and partly on conjecture about what may happen in the future.
Design exercise developed for Disruption Days, an international event that is a laboratory for innovation in real estate that seeks to generate new business concepts applicable to the Latin American region, integrate the best international practices, encourage debate among participants, give rise to new conceptual values of real estate and learn about global innovation practices that can be applied in Latin America.
A laboratory project, based partly on reality and partly on conjecture as to what the future may hold, which is the most important part of the reflection. It explores five perspectives: the shift towards new models of development in a sharing economy; the shift from buildings as closed objects to open platforms; the transformation of the common space from a repository of amenities to a space that amplifies experiences; extreme customization that broadens the offer and makes business ventures more versatile; and the vision of buildings as platforms for dynamic services.