What Does the Future of Home Look Like?
Join Domino for a virtual chat about COVID-19’s impact on design.
Updated Sep 25, 2018 12:49 PM
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The world will be a different place when we emerge from the pandemic. And that’s exciting—though we’re living in a difficult time of social and economic upheaval, what awaits us on the other side is a transformation in the world of design. Led by Business of Home podcast host Dennis Scully, this year’s second annual Future of Home conference will cover changes across all facets of the industry, from marketing and sourcing to trends and sustainability. On September 14 and 15, join Future of Home for networking with peers about current challenges and future opportunities; interactive opportunities (including meeting with speakers in a virtual backstage area); and insightful conversations with an impressive list of interior designers and home professionals, including CB2 president Ryan Turf, Benjamin Moore director of color marketing Andrea Magno, and Domino general manager Tracy Cho and head of creative studio Megan West.
For Domino’s presentation, in partnership with Verizon, we leveraged our 15-plus years as the authority in the home space, as well as our proprietary Homebodies community of 6,000 of our most dedicated readers, to launch a robust thought-leadership study dedicated to understanding the ways in which our home is, now more than ever, an indefinite extension of who we are.
Tune in to watch Domino analyze these consumer behavior trends and gain valuable insight into how COVID-19 has changed how we renovate, how we design, and how we live forever.
To buy tickets for the conference, click here.