Futuristic properties hit London market

A British company has designed homes where the coffee machine takes orders from a tablet computer.

    A British company has invested millions of pounds to create the home of the future.

    Using the latest technology, apartments and houses can include secret walls, rotating floors and electrical functions can be controlled with a tablet.

    With the majority of London's most expensive homes being increasingly owned by wealthy Russian and Middle Eastern buyers, demands for outlandish capabilities - such as a car lift or cinema room - are increasing, experts say.

    Al Jazeera’s Phil Lavelle reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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