The first time the Interior Design of the future is actually in a real home is almost a matter of definition.
That’s why we’re here.
We’re talking about interior design that’s the first time a designer actually worked on a home.
For example, our studio is in a hotel that’s going to open in 2020.
So we’ve been thinking about this for years.
What will the future of homes look like?
And the answer is that you will have more and more space in them, the design will become more organic and dynamic, and the whole aesthetic of the home will become different.
This is the first chance to get a glimpse of that in real life.
You’ll be able to go to a party, to a bar, to get dressed up, to go on a vacation, and this is what the future will look like.
You won’t be living in a single-story house anymore.
You’re going to live in a house that’s a blend of many different elements, with the exception of the bedroom.
You will be able, for example, to have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, one balcony, one living room, one dining room, and one kitchen.
The kitchen will be larger, the living room will be bigger, and there will be a large walk-in closet and it will be big enough to accommodate two kids.
There will be more light and you’ll have more ventilation and you will be living with less energy consumption.
In short, it will become much more livable.
And the biggest change, of course, is that it will have a roof that will be much more flexible.
In fact, you’ll be flying.
And it will feel like the air is coming out of the window, with your feet flying around.
In the past, the way that we have built houses was through the use of steel beams.
That was a way of doing things in the past.
Now, we’re going with something that is much more dynamic and much more organic.
And this is the future.
We think this is something that we can really benefit from, and we think we can build it for you.
This interview has been edited and condensed.