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The Tower of the Future

CRTKL’s Kenneth Turner predicts how towers will change, develop and innovate in the coming years.   It’s a well-known and oft-quoted statistic: by the year 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in urban areas. What we don’t yet know is what portion of that 70% will live, work or play in skyscrapers. Though […]

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Renting Isn’t Just for Millennials Anymore

CRTKL’s Nick Hyams discusses the benefits of a next generation Private Rented Sector model for more mature tenants As architects, we’re expected to come up with solutions to problems within the built environment. At its simplest, this is the design and implementation of a tactic that meets our client’s need, be it a better store […]

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Good to Great: Collective Experiences Bring Shopping and Entertainment Districts into the Future

CRTKL’s Matt Billerbeck and Caye Burry explore the trends that will likely appear in malls this year. Shopping as a cross-generational pastime remains a popular leisure and social activity. But retail is changing at a rapid clip, and the modern shopper is looking for much more than acquisition of material goods and a frictionless transaction. […]

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Off the beaten path: is an architectural revolution in store for Cuba?

CallisonRTKL CEO Lance Josal weighs in on the future of the built environment in Cuba. In remarks during the first American presidential visit in almost 90 years, President Obama said, “…part of Cuba’s identity is its pride in being a small island nation that could stand up for its rights, and shake the world. But […]

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New Year, New Ideas: What to Expect from the Hospitality Industry in 2017

CRTKL’s Clay Markham and Caye Burry discuss the future of hotels and travel. We can’t talk about travel and hospitality today without acknowledging the Airbnb in the room: according to Phocuswright, 30% of leisure travelers in 2015 used private accommodations, up from 10% in 2011, and this number continues to trend upward. There’s little doubt […]

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