Living Tomorrow

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Living Tomorrow is a research-oriented company with projects in the city of Brussels and formally also in Amsterdam. It focuses on technical innovations we can expect to find in our house in the near future.

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Living Tomorrow opened its first 'House of the Future' in 1995, which immediately attracted attention. After a second successful project in Belgium, in which the concept evolved into the 'House and Office of the Future', the first international complex was opened in Amsterdam in 2003. This grand opening attracted a lot of media attention.[citation needed] In January 2007 Living Tomorrow opened its current project 'House, Office and Creative Industries of the Future' which expand the original home and office concepts to include extra aspects of a person's lifestyle. The Amsterdam house was closed in June 2008.

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