The home of the near future will be a pleasant and connected refuge, but also a healthy and suitable place to host us if we get sick or if we are attacked by a virus like Covid without having to immediately clog the hospitals. All homes will be equipped with a few essential items for first aid, and with devices to connect with a local health facility. They will have to become more flexible with common spaces in the buildings, where possible also an entire floor that can be equipped for smart-working and smart-learning and if necessary reconverted for the isolation and assistance of the sick. And then widespread safeguards for the sanitization of places even with simple solutions such as UV ray lamps. And with effective and safe internal air circulation systems. On average, the hotel structures have a configuration such as to allow an allocation of useful spaces consistent with what is described above. In many cases abandoned even before the epidemic, now after the latest tragic events they are faced in many cases with the prospect of a difficult recovery in anticipation of significant reductions in demand, or sometimes a real closure. Therefore the idea of converting them into new housing formats can represent an excellent business opportunity without large investments (in some cases, more than an opportunity, it could be a need for subsistence) for the hotel sector, and at the same time a real possibility of realization in time. relatively short of the new and contemporary model of living. Moreover, in addition to the technological integration and the principles of flexibility of the model, also by adopting a highly sustainable solution: not occupying new areas but recovering existing buildings, very often in central metropolitan areas, also giving new life to the development of urbanized areas, revitalizing them .