The home of the future is a virtual space that connects with others.
In the near future, I imagine that humans will lose the conditions for going out of their homes andmake physical contact with others. While we can be self-sustained with automated delivery service, we will gradually lose our communication interest because of long-term isolation. Thence, our physical home boundary will be extended by virtual space so that our physical home provides basic biological needs for us, and the virtual home will fulfill our psychological desires.
Although physical contact between people is no more, they can make indirect communication through the architectural machine that automatically generates a “palace” by reading users’ recognition. The generated space reflects one’s subconscious. When space is generated, any people could visit this “palace” of other people. When others interact with this remanent of one’s inner thoughts, this interaction between users and architecture space creates an indirect channel for people to know each other.