How The House Of The Future Could Improve Our Relationships With Others

How The House Of The Future Could Improve Our Relationships With Others
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These dwelling ideas aim to address some of Japan's social issues and how people live and communicate together

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 10 august 2016

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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