Graduate Architecture

Keaton Kane

Autonomous Flux, Hina Jamelle

Fall 2017

Business is changing. The economic landscape is transforming to accommodate jobs and markets that never before existed. In 2017, workers have the ability to migrate away from the traditional workplace and work remotely. Whether this means running a social media empire from a beach side hut in Bali or selling hand-knit sweaters from your home, the definition of the workplace is changing. This building seeks to serve one of the largest growing sectors of internet businesses: e-commerce. By 2020, it is projected that e-commerce sales will bring in over $4 trillion worldwide. Business owners across the globe are itching to break into this market, and this building will help them do that. Designed to accommodate the specific needs of e-commerce businesses, this building houses a state-of-the-art shipping center and package delivery system. Additionally, this building offers flexible pop-up spaces to accommodate product reveals and sponsor partnered events. This building will position any business, small or large, at the forefront of the e-commerce market.

More work form this studio can be seen in Pressing Matters VII.