With revolutionary design opportunities taking the architecture’s marketplace, flexibility of houses is at the forefront of residents’ demand. Marcus Hiles reiterates that homes today are being constructed with open floor plans and convertible rooms that can be transformed into a larger space to allow for more space for growing families, if need be. The new conception of implied spaces –a idea brought in the architectural industry in an attempt to use segments of home surfaces, walls, ceilings, and floors that are painted in different colors or appointed with drawings, tiles or other construction materials in order to create the illusion of visibly enlarged height, depth, scale, and space. Made possible through the use of 2D or 3D technologies, implied spaces have introduced an outstanding change in the way contemporary houses look – a result achieved without substantial remodeling or installation of multiple walls. The cutting-edge innovations have outstandingly refined architectural designs. Larger windows receive more sunlight exposure and are an ideal substitution for walls: they reduce the barriers that separate the outside world from the indoors. To make homes a perfect place to live, flats now come with spas, fitness facilities, and hot tubs, making relaxation simply steps away from your study room. For fine dining aficionados, kitchens are now appointed with professional-grade restaurant-style amenities and are becoming a popular place bringing families together more so than dining and living rooms of the past ever could.