Less a distinctive style statement than a technological one, smart homes evolved in the early 2000s to embrace automation, environmental conservation, and the digital age. Smart Homes create a unified technological hub that uses sensors and adaptive programming instead of human input, integrating HVAC, multimedia, security, lighting, and wireless networking, among other conveniences. More recently, smart home technology has influenced housing styles, with common features including visible security cameras and spotlights, conservative constructions with large windows, rooftop solar panels, and multipurpose spaces, such as a home office sharing space with a home gym or guest room. With smart home technology on the rise, this trend is expected to continue well into the future.
~By Tim Dale – https://www.bobvila.com/slideshow/the-most-popular-house-styles-through-the-decades-88461
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