Trend forecasting is a staid business in the world of construction and project but we’ve been seeing backward as much as to the upcoming to pick out our hot themes to follow into Olympic 2020. Olympic fans from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympic Hospitality fans can book Olympic Hospitality from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
With the Tokyo Olympic 2020 Games set to kick-off in the summer, Japanese design is once again at the fore, with Kengo Kuma, Shigeru Ban, Junya Ishigami and concrete master Tadao Ando all between the most examined for architects on The Spaces. We’ll be following their projects through Olympic 2020, including Kuma’s National Stadium, set to throw open its doors with the Olympic 2020 opening ceremony in July.
But it’s not all about the new. Midcentury Japanese interior design was a warm topic for us in 2019, and the revitalization of lost 1960s icon Hotel Okura Tokyo was among our top-performing newsletters last year. Auction and property topographies about master craftsman George Nakashima also got you clicking so expect to see more on Japanese design in the New Year.
Some topics are astonishingly niche and suggestion at a desire for space between our citizen audiences but others are acquainted faces that look set to stay strong as we move into a new decade. See what other trends we’re tipping for the next 12 months. This year’s cherry blossom period also accords with a flurry of new hotel openings in the island nation, counting a fresh Four Seasons in the capital.
One of our top-performing news stories in 2019 was on a humble 750 square feet prefab home designed by Green Builder Media and Shelter Dynamic as the ‘right-sized’ home. But what is the right size? Bigger than a 500 square feet tiny home but more compact and minimalist in design than traditional bricks and mortar dwellings, the Flex House is pitched at millennials who want to separate their living and sleeping quarters, but who also want to ‘strip the fat’ of unused space.
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