Having seen what many people have called “futuristic architecture” for several years as well as seeing the related designs in the past, I seriously doubt that we would see that widespread in the near future.
Simple, it is still prohibitively expensive for many middle class (and lower) families to utilize that style completely like in many of those illustrated homes (google “futuristic interior”, for example). As the cost for the entire setup is expensive enough that the style would only be found in the minority of houses or apartments. with the addition of the massive amounts of design to choose from without the massive demand for futuristic homes (people kept stuck to the “modern”, “classical”, or “practical” styles).
On another (ie.more convincing) tangent – if you actually went and google image search the phrase, you would most likely be noticing the massive amounts of separate examples that all want to say “we are from the future!” Yet everyone has a different take on the term altogether. There’s some with a single color theme, another with soft color lights in the background, solid 2 color contrast, dark and edgy,
all glass, sharp edges, round and soft edges, etc. I don’t think the designers would finish expressing themselves anytime soon, and having the general public being convinced to go retro every half a century or so does not help either.
All of which leads to the elephant in the room: people don’t want to change, they want to be comfortable to live in, not trying to show off to however-many-friends they have at every chance they get. Can you get comfortable in a completely white room with white furniture? Some might, I would most definitely be feeling uncomfortable. Unless people want to physically blank their minds to try and think of ideas, most would find themselves longing for a softer sofa that they can relax in.
ps. I did not intend that to be a short essay, but it just happened.