Designing the brain of the Home of the Future with Grant Imahara
"You can buy a lot of futuristic technology to put in your home, but having them all function together as one truly smart home can be a nightmare.
Join Grant Imahara as he works with a home technology integrator to build the brain of the smart home."
Protecting your data inside the Home of the Future
"Homes have always served to protect both the occupants and their valuables.
Our Home of the Future is no exception, except it now needs to fortify itself both physically...and digitally.
Join Grant Imahara as he investigates the best ways to secure your home and all of its valuable data."
HOME OF THE FUTURE - 13 August 2018
"For The Verge and Curbed’s home of the future, renewable energy generation is directly integrated into the design of the house.
Grant Imahara experiences how the home of the future can both generate its own power and reduce how much energy it needs."
Redrow New Homes - Redbridge Park - The Oxford
"The 4 bedroom Oxford is full of family friendly features with open plan living spaces, en-suite to master bedroom, integral garage, separate utility room and handy downstairs cloak room. The remaining 3 bedrooms on the first floor are served by the family bathroom."
APARTMENT FOR RENT- with a videoand a worksheet Grammar point: there is/ are, some / any, much / many
"Student Annie Ball answers an ad for an apartment in the newspaper, but is there anything strange about this one?"
(dianafuntanaesl.com) Diana Funtana has published 4 books which could be of interest to teachers.
"What would you take with you if forced to leave your home?...
As part of a series, BBC News spoke to people around the world who have been forced to leave their homes
about the items they chose to take with them."
'Mammoth™ Modern Insulation' TVC - Nikolai
"Meet Prince Nikolai Stroganov III, the ultimate warmth lover. Nikolai lives the life of luxury, complete with servants, porcelain bowls and lots of lovely Mammoth™ beds."
A Tiny Apartment Transforms into 24 Rooms
"In Hong Kong, because of the space, apartments are small and expensive.
Gary Chang, an architect, decided to design a 344 sq. ft. apartment to be able to change into 24 different designs, all by just sliding panels and walls.
He calls this the "Domestic Transformer."