The Real Space of Real Estate
Dror Poleg is a leader in the Real-Estate-Tech landscape, a real estate visionary, and a Managing Partner in Rethinking.re, a company that is supporting real estate and development companies with extensive research about the latest technologies, business models, and consumer data that are reshaping the real estate landscape, to create long-term value. Dror’s focus is on researching the relationship and dialog between technology and real estate trends. I sat down with Dror for a conversation about the current trends in real estate and how they impact space design.
Adi Biran: How do you describe yourself ?
AB: In your article “Why Physical space matters more than ever” you talk about the fact that the more we are isolated by technology, the more we yearn to see other people.
How do you see this trend reflected in the current real estate emerging models.
AB: What you are saying is that data collection and analytics of physical space use, will lead to the emergence of new real estate models that do not rely on rental income, but on trade in data. As an architect I’m very much interested in the future of space design and how it will be manifested according to new consumption models. What do you think will change and how in particular the ability to access and collect data as a monetizing tool will influence space design and value?