Developed in collaboration with Brian Bowman to explore the potential relationship of augmented reality as an extension of an urban infrastructure, this project was communicated as a 3 minute animation shown around the world as part of Res Fest 2003. This future urban arcology explored the relationship between the inhabitants leisure activities as fuel for the urban system itself. The inhabitants ate, ran, lived, and loved within a leisure landscape of both real and virtual dimensions. The "spheres" a visualization of the house's sentience, both monitored the inhabitants performance, matched them with other potential suitors of equal performance and adjusted the environment within to maximize both the inhabitants comfort and the urban systems energy performance. This project was deeply rooted in exploring the foundations of modernism and re-conceiving of architecture as an active participant in the narrative of daily life.