DetailsDespite digitial technologies changing every aspect of our lives, housing types have remained essentially the same for hundreds of years. A new generation of architects are now questioning notions of space and living. To what extent should design innovation affect our domestic arrangements? Are the new proposals for living in the information age avant-garde explorations or do they contain a key to how we might actually live in the future? Four architects who have designed a broad spectrum of domestic spaces discuss the issues: Tom Verebes of OCEAN UK, director of the AA's Design Research Lab; Sarah Wigglesworth, whose own house in London has received wide international attention; and David Adjaye, who has designed a number of innovative private residences, including houses for Chris Ofili and Jake Chapman. In the chair: Lucas Dietriech, architecture and design editor.