China's 'CityLocal' envisions a world where everyone works from home

Tokyo-bsed studio Aberrant Architecture has created a vision of the future for prominent Chinese businessman Gordon Wu called "CityLocal," which turns China's city of Shenzhen into a progressive business model. The concept revolves around everyone working from home, but what's crazy is the lengths the plan goes to help workers make the transition from the office to the home office.

There are elevators that can be installed in homes, a transforming truck (pictured above) to simulate the experience of a cafeteria anywhere, and even treadmills coupled with TVs to make it seem like you're walking around an office. So all the things that make office life unproductive — but at home! It's the future for sure, folks.

Check it all out in the video below.

Via Dezeen