Tomorrow’s Home — How We Might Live in 2050

Tomorrow’s Home, an immersive, multi-sensory installation at London’s Museum of the Home, envisages the quirky dwelling of the future — and it’s nothing like you’d imagine

What would our future living environment need to look like to help us live independently, to make ageing easier, and to protect the planet?

Art + evidence + tech = a happy Catriona!

The household

Mo, one of the residents, who likes talking to dead relatives virtually in the metaverse
Mo, one of the residents, who likes talking to dead relatives virtually in the metaverse

Furniture

A therapeutic bed that offers customised, automated physiotherapy
A therapeutic bed that offers customised, automated physiotherapy

Devices

A loo that recognises the bum signature of each user and analyses poo and pee to monitor health and wellbeing
A loo that recognises the bum signature of each user and analyses poo and pee to monitor health and wellbeing

Services and innovations

A solar-powered growing pod that allow the residents to harvest crops year-round
A solar-powered growing pod that allow the residents to harvest crops year-round
A smart mirror
A smart mirror
Robot model
Robot model

Behavioural psychologist; AI-quisitive; EY UK&I Client Technology & Innovation Officer. Views my own & don't represent EY’s position. catrionacampbell.com