The popularity of “smart” homes filled with gadgets and sensors is beginning to decline, according to developers who are helping residents to “digitally detox”. A property specialist said the change reflected a cultural shift, as apartment blocks at the top end of the market are increasingly being designed with “holistic wellbeing spaces”.
Property companies which are working on two Knightsbridge projects, also said that “wellness” had been a large part of the focus – with everything from a communal library to personalised heart-rate monitoring on offer.
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