"what do you think the future home will be like?"
well, if you're over the age of 60, that home may very well have wheels on it...and supposedly, that age is dropping as people retire earlier.
i'm a transportation fanatic, so this topic is of keen interest to me. people, like most objects, have two states: rest and motion.
it's curious that these two states can co-exist in a product that serves as dwelling and transportation...that product being an RV (recreational vehicle).
in addition, it's not unusual to see RV's towing other forms of transportation like cars, motorcycles, boats, etc.
given that an RV can cost as much as a house,
some people that have RV's have totally given up any form of permanent residency and have adopted a transient lifestyle. so, for a certain demographic of people, there are those who, instead of seeking larger households, look towards larger RV's. it would be interesting to see suburbs that converted from houses to RV's. the architecture would be under a constant state of change.
"freedom from property taxes, lawn care, house maintenance and repair, the routine of life in the city or suburbs, the same old change of seasons, the same old neighbors, the same old neighborhood, or simply the bitter cold of winter and the oppressive heat of summer."
RV's allow the user to change the scenery surrounding their mobile architecture. so, for some, their future home is whereever they can park.