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2017 is in the past. Nevertheless, the year has left us a series of lessons, new wisdom and better tools to help us face the challenges of 2018. What surprises will this year bring us? We asked our editors at Plataforma Arquitectura (ArchDaily's Spanish arm) to make predictions based on what they've learnt in 2017, and to share with readers the topics they expect to be in the limelight in 2018. Their answer: Women in architecture, bamboo, millennials way of living, social architecture, rural architecture and architects going on-site. Find out everything you need to know to start 2018! 1. Understanding how millennials occupy and use space By Piedad Rojas  Cover image and Gif in this note are from project 097 • Yojigen Poketto / elii We know that the millennial generation goes against the current. They are determined and aspire to experience things in a very different way compared to previous generations. According to surveys, this generation of young people are less interested in marriage, they get married and start families later, or some simply decide that they will not have children. In their hectic lives there is no time for domestic chores. Many of them share housing with friends. View more View full description
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