Architecture, like any other industry trying to be relevant to a new generation, needs to address the importance of attracting a new generation that lives an interactive, virtual lifestyle. There’s a reason that creators of venues, apartments, houses, festivals, tours, or communication and marketing experts should care about how to reach youth culture through new forms of architecture.

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