In the digital world, we have witnessed a room in which rooms represent categories of objects

But what about when we move in a new house? In the digital age, we could imagine room as an autonomous entity that is invisible and always there to guide us.

In this session we will discuss how a room has been shaped by its furniture and walls through the centuries, how a house is influenced by its environment, and how artificial intelligence is shaping our lives – from home and work to places of leisure.

In the home, we are surrounded by rooms. From the kitchen to a spacious living room, every room has its own personality. The same is true for our offices, where each room has its own character and personality.

To make your workplace more comfortable for you and your colleagues, you need to build a wall of space around it. A wall of space is essential to reduce energy consumption, thus saving on energy costs in the long run.

Many people have already started building walls themselves – they install a heating or cooling system or add extra lighting. But what if we could design our own hallways that would keep heat and cool air in place? This could be achieved with smart materials – like wood paneling or ceramic tiles – that are made up of alternating layers of wood and concrete or glass

Right now, there are only two most popular room types in the world: the living room and the bedroom.

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