While property sizes may be getting smaller (although perhaps not quite as small as our Parisian counterparts http://www.rightmove.co.uk/overseas-property/property-44878929.html - 7.5 square metres anyone?) the whole concept of what constitutes "home" is changing.
We have clients providing such a range of additional facilities in their developments that it blurs the edge of where we actually "live".
No space for a 60 inch TV? Use the TV lounge and the Bluetooth headphones to watch one of a dozen screens on the walls. Or for the full experience book the cinema room.
Don't have space for a large dinner party? Reserve the fine dining room, get the food from a catering company and seat 16 friends around the table.
I even saw someone on Click on the BBC news this weekend seriously proposing that with the advent of augmented reality all we will really need is one comfy chair and a headset.
Or perhaps he was talking about the Matrix...?
Sales of narrower beds and sofas are on the rise, reflecting the growing number of people in Britain squeezing into smaller living spaces, according to new figures.