These futuristic homes might seem like science fiction, but they could be coming to a neighbourhood near you.
For most, the word "house" conjures images of rectangular dwellings with front porches and chimneys. Front lawns and garages too. But fast forward a few hundred years and the traditional four walls and a roof won't be standard housing fare, according to urban experts. Climate change, population growth and geo-political shifts are already redefining the way we look at residential spaces of the future.
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