They’ll probably look more like this: When architect Rick Cook (Cook & Fox, New York), was asked by the Wall Street Journal how to imagine the future of green architecture, he responded: “We are re-examining the idea of home.” This idea of “home” is efficient and resourceful.Instead, using what one has will become practiced, down-sizing encouraged.So while we may imagine homes of the future looking like this …So in fifty years, the interior of houses will have adapted–and quickly.Familiar practices (unchecked consumption and new construction) of industrialized nations won’t survive into 2050.Homes already built will stay as are, at least from the outside.
Now the flight isn’t to suburbia, but to metropolises, even mega-cities.
The efficiency of the modern home has not caught up with the green movement, and will need to adjust (think Europe).
What will the facade of an apartment building look like in forty years?
Not too much different from what they look like now, according to Peter Marren of Forum For the Future.
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