Molly Harwood and I are collaborating on another catalogue of products. Our collection will speculate the extent to which people will trust consumer technology in the next ten years. When electronics shed their bulky exoskeletons to reveal subtler components, will we feel more comfortable living with them? If we invite technology into our homes, which rooms may it explore? The exteriors of our homes are public images, what about the interiors?
We think the home has many layers, and a soft, vulnerable core. How close will technology get to that core? We are visualizing a technologically integrated home through furniture and object prototypes located in the most vulnerable place in the home, and later this year, we'll release a video. Here's a teaser: