If you can't live without your ipod, what about actually living in one? Ok, not exactly, but we kind of think the shape of his new conceptual housing to be somewhat reminiscent of one. The "luxury, travel, and design broadband tv station and publication" Useful + Agreeable (U+A) teamed up with Los Angeles architect Neil M. Denari to create the "usefula + agreeable" house.
Basically, it's kind of like your very own "mini hi-rise". Instead of spreading out, the rooms go up. Each room is on its own floor. It is designed to be a "flexible, universal product, designed for a variety of contexts and climates around the world, including" small-lot or cluster housing, remote vacation property and rooftop penthouses, among other possibilities."