Kids design the houses of tomorrow; children put their imagination to paper and show us how THEY think we will be living in the years to come « Taylor Herring

Kids design the houses of tomorrow; children put their imagination to paper and show us how THEY think we will be living in the years to come

Posted on October 24th, 2017 Katie Mallion in Consumer PR,Kids PR,Leisure PR,Online PR,PR Stunt,Retail PR,Stunt Of The Day.

British retailer Made.com asked children, aged between 4 and 12, to come up with an image of what they think the ‘House of the Future’ would ultimately look like. We all know children have big imaginations and were certainly not left disappointed by the rather unique responses that they came up with…

The houses ranged from featuring tall and spiky roofs, bullet proof windows, a ‘rocket roof’ (just in case the house needed to take-off to Mars) to homes floating on clouds and being equipped with arms and legs.

After the children sketched their ideas, Made.com then turned their ideas and drawings into a 3D model scale of their image and brought them to life; adding a whole new dimension!

10 year old Ameen designed her ‘House of the Future’ to be floating upon fluffy clouds in the sky…Bonus points for creativity!

10 year old Antoni designed a solar-powered pyramid; definitely taking account of our current and future need for alternative energy sources!

5 year old Charlie’s design consists of four legs, two arms and an in built rocket…(you know, just in case you need to take-off to another planet)!

It is likely that most of the children’s ideas will not actually come to fruition in the future due to physical impossibilities of their designs, however, you never know, some of these children could be the next great architects of the future!

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