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Millennial obsession with comfort is well documented.
More than any other generation, we ask more of our lives than any before us, and with fewer resources. But what does comfort look like in the context of the future?
A new research report examines the emerging art and science of comfort design to explain what consumers should expect from the future of living, how they can prepare for it and how companies can design for it.
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The report, titled: , is the first of its kind and examines how consumer trends are shaping our homes and the design that goes into them. This includes the rise of “smarter homes” and the communication and collaboration benefits it brings.
Content from the report will be released in the coming months at pbs.org/cmahome , with an accompanying webinar coming in October, and will include a special report to connect designers, architects and futurists from home automation company SmartThings.
Creating a home as functional as it is delightful will be an important goal as the trend toward “plug and play” experiences continues to develop.
Curious about what the future of comfortable living might look like? Here’s what you need to know.