My office which used to hold half our books now has over 90% of them. The internet router, telephone base station, and main printer, which used to be spread throughout the house are all right next to me so that the "hey Honey, why won't the printer print?" (Or wifi connect, or phone dial) question need not be shouted across half the house. I can watch the smoker outside from my desk. The exercise and entertainment centers can now be used together, synergistically.
There is so much stuff, we are still in the just get it out of boxes, get it to work stage in many places. We'll rough out the life flow as we do that, and then fine tune it as we find the problems (afte a coffee spill it was noted that we probably want the marble topped sideboard under the coffee pot rather than the oak topped one). This is real, rational and agile all at the same time. I wonder if there isn't a lesson to be learned from this for healthcare. Except that I don't know if most Physicians could live through the kind of chaos that roughing out and testing workflows would require.