Residential Design Trends Reflect Generational Preferences

Since March, most Americans have been spending more time at home. The results of this situation have created a massive demand on home improvement projects and caused even more disruption in an already strained materials supply chain (lumber, for instance, is at huge premium).

Beyond tackling the “honey-do list” or upgrade project, people are rethinking their living spaces and, in many instances, asking them to do more. The living room, kitchen and bedroom now need to accommodate an office, classroom or exercise space. Virtual life is a commonality, yet virtual living seems to be the next frontier undiscovered. If so, how can designers create spaces that accommodate our multi-purpose lifestyle? More importantly, how can construction be as flexible as our devices?

CPL’s Jason Streb, AIA tackles these questions and more as he discusses how residential design trends reflect generational preferences.

Click here to read the full article, featured in the Rochester Business Journal (RBJ).

As an architectural designer, Jason has sought to spotlight the characteristics unique to each project within a framework of fundamental design principles. His work is characterized by design excellence and a strong ability to implement the project vision as described by our clients. He enjoys collaborating with colleagues in the planning and architecture fields, bringing concepts to reality through design. In his free time, Jason enjoys running, watching Syracuse basketball, and spending time with his wife and friends.

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