Ultra Modern And Minimalist California Smart Home Is A Testament To Science Fiction’s Futuristic Past
Malika Junaid and her husband live with their two daughters in a high-tech house that is majorly controllable with wrist communicators. The house also has a pneumatic elevator, large enough to fit one person also a hidden caterer’s pantry. The house was designed by Junaid for the family’s passion for science-fiction and home automation. The dining room’s window can be tilted open to get a nature’s view of bocce court, trees, and a terraced patio. The six-bedroom house offers the ability to be controlled via various smart devices.
A 19-foot opaque backsplash glides away from the cabinets to unveil hidden appliances, a super-sleek way to disguise common counter clutter.
The spice box and the knife set move up and down as and when required. The stove top’s burners also vanish when not needed. Under the floating dining table, you will notice the 60-foot indoor pool! Junaid experiments with her house and offers ideas based on her results to her other clients. She has worked with ZettaComm and ELAN Home Systems with successful results.
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