On Thursday, October 15, 2020, at 10:00 am Eastern, Robert A.M. Stern will kick off the third and final day of the first Mansion Global Luxury Real Estate Conference. In conversation with Barron's Group reporter Beckie Strum, Mr. Stern will discuss the intersection of form and function in the residential architecture of tomorrow, encompassing the design of multifamily buildings as well as the design of custom private houses, both of which have long been central to Robert A.M. Stern Architects' international reputation.
Mansion Global's October 13 - 15 "What's Next for Luxury Real Estate" conference will convene world-renowned luxury real estate leaders and professionals for three days of virtual discussion about the impact of Covid-19 on design and development and paths forward. The Tuesday, October 13, events will address residential real estate with panel discussions and fireside chats about how developers plan to adapt to a new post-Covid reality, the exodus to secondary markets around the world, and the outlook for international investing. On Wednesday, October 14, conversations will focus on commercial real estate, providing insights into the future of brick-and-mortar retail and office development, the cost benefits of working from home, and the future of the hospitality industry. The Thursday, October 15, programs will address lifestyle residential real estate.
To register for the conference, please see this link.
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