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WHAT A DIFFERENCE a decade makes. Smartphones, streaming TV, social media, influencers, memes and dating apps have completely changed the way we connect and consume information. Dramatic social and political changes involving women’s rights (#MeToo, Time’s Up), LGBTQ rights (more countries decrimininalise homosexuality) and minority rights (Black Lives Matter, Native Lives Matter), among others, have altered the way we relate to each other. The climate crisis has also modified the way we live and design our homes. What might the 2020s – or at least the first half of it – look like? We ask the experts.
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