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Millennials are premium mediocre, Gen Z is domestic cozy. Trend forecasting by Venkatesh Rao who runs a great blog called ribbonfarm- highly recommend. “Domestic cozy is in an attitude, emerging socioeconomic posture, and aesthetic, that is in many ways the antithesis of premium mediocrity. Unsurprisingly, it takes its cues from the marginal shadow behaviors of premium mediocrity. It finds its best expression in privacy, among friends, rather than in public, among strangers. It prioritizes the needs of the actor rather than the expectations of the spectator. It seeks to predictably control a small, closed environment rather than gamble in a large, open one. It presents a WYSIWYG facade to those granted access rather than performing in a theater of optics.”
Millennials are premium mediocre, Gen Z is domestic cozy. Trend forecasting by Venkatesh Rao who runs a great blog called ribbonfarm- highly recommend. “Domestic cozy is in an attitude, emerging socioeconomic posture, and aesthetic, that is in many ways the antithesis of premium mediocrity. Unsurprisingly, it takes its cues from the marginal shadow behaviors of premium mediocrity. It finds its best expression in privacy, among friends, rather than in public, among strangers. It prioritizes the needs of the actor rather than the expectations of the spectator. It seeks to predictably control a small, closed environment rather than gamble in a large, open one. It presents a WYSIWYG facade to those granted access rather than performing in a theater of optics.”
Venkatesh really has caught my attention with whatever this "playflow" idea is doing.
Venkatesh really has caught my attention with whatever this "playflow" idea is doing.
public/private feels like a pretty shaky distinction to base this whole thing on. i am really drawn to the evolving semiotics of domesticity though
public/private feels like a pretty shaky distinction to base this whole thing on. i am really drawn to the evolving semiotics of domesticity though
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