HGA Presents at the 2017 CoreNet Global Summit in Seattle
Join David and Jonah Stillman of GenZGuru along with HGA's team of experts in the following session on November 6, 2017 at 3:45 p.m. PST:
The Gen Z World: Shifts in Urban Design, Architecture and Corporate Workplaces
Co-Presented by: William Hodges Hendrix, Melissa Jancourt, and Celine Larkin
Through understanding Gen Z in their own words, this seminar will explore the potential shifts in urban design, architecture, and the corporate workplace that will emerge from the set of influences, values and aspirations they share that will inform work, life and play. The first class of Gen Z is entering the workforce as we speak. At over 70 million, they surpass their much analyzed predecessors in size and by 2020 are expected to represent 40% of US consumers. Through data, trends and metrics, the seminar will address such areas as technology, transportation, uses and new building typologies, and the impact this new generation will have in evolving the cultural and social norms that inform both environments and lifestyle choices of tomorrow. Among these are major shifts in priorities regarding time, convenience and expectations about daily experience, even from millennial trends. Join this timely session to explore the impact on our cities, our buildings and the future of the workplace.
About our speakers:
William Hendrix, AIA, LEED AP is an architect, urbanist and principal specializing in coporate work in HGA’s Washington, DC office.
Melissa Jancourt, CID, LEED AP is a designer and strategist at HGA, where she co-leads Work|SIGHT, the firm’s national strategic planning group to original insights that support the creation of places for people and organizations to thrive.
Celine Larkin, AIA, LEED AP is an urban design, master planning and architectural design thought leader with 30 years experience in complex corporate, institutional, and higher education projects.
For more information, visit CoreNet Global Summit 2017.