British futurists envision homes thirty years down the road that aren't as drastically different as the homes we have today. There are some surprises (won't we need electrical outlets?) and some sensible things (like using smaller lots but building taller, to make the best use of land). I think the most notable change is that we no longer expect to have flying cars in the future, unlike generations of futurists past. In fact, most of us won't have any cars, apparently, because we'll have a lot of good public transportation options.