How The House Of The Future Could Improve Our Relationships With Others
These dwelling ideas aim to address some of Japan's social issues and how people live and communicate together
Tokyo’s House Vision 2 exhibition is far from a collection of mythical smart homes bedazzled with gadgets that promise simplified lives. The second edition of the exhibition tackles growing issues facing Japan from an older and shrinking population, a stagnating economy and challenges with interpersonal communication. The theme of the exhibition is ‘CO-DIVIDUAL ̶Split and Connect/Separate and Come Together’ and explores how residential architecture can improve the way people interact and communicate with each other.
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