Video: Super-skyscrapers, '˜bubble' cities and '˜origami' furniture are all likely to be reality in 100 years, according to scientists

That's the verdict of a new study which paints a vivid picture of our future lives, suggesting the way we live, work and play will change beyond all recognition over the course of the next century.

Monday, 15th February 2016, 1:40 pm
Updated Monday, 15th February 2016, 1:45 pm

The SmartThings Future Living Report was authored by a team of leading academics including TV presenter and one of the UK’s leading space scientists, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, award-winning futurist architects and lecturers at the University of Westminster Arthur Mamou-Mani and Toby Burgess, as well as pioneering urbanists Linda Aitken and Els Leclerq. The report was commissioned on behalf of SmartThings, a system which easily allows people to make their home smarter, meaning that at any time and from anywhere it is possible to switch on lights, turn up the thermostat or unlock the back door, all via a simple app.

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