Will homes of the future have mechanized floors and furniture that emerges from walls, floors, and ceilings? The folks at Yo! Sushi and Yotel founder Simon Woodroffe would like to think so. They showed their latest project, the YO! Home, at 100% Design in London, which fits an average two bedroom house into the space of a one-bedroom apartment. You can reconfigure the space to your liking using sliding partitions. In Woodroffe's words:

“Since the invention of the city centre apartment, we’ve never really re-invented it...YO! Home is that new invention. Twelve moving parts drawing on the mechanics of stage scenery allow the transformation of an eighty square metre space, the size of a one bedroom apartment, into a much bigger home.”

[via Dezeen]