Houses of tomorrow
A more hopeful vision of domesticity or a dystopian nightmare? From semi-sentient fridges pre-ordering your shopping to helpful robots that fold fitted sheets and pair your socks, predicting the future has occupied the minds of philosophers and science fiction writers for centuries. Is there any hope for humanity, or are we stumbling into a world of climate and housing crises, surveillance and atomisation as our meta headsets steal our every thought? Richard Godwin takes a look at what the future might have in store.
From The Guardian