It would be brave to go back to nature and live without a single source of income, technology, Social networking, plumbing, or transportation. To be in one place and get the most of it without having to venture further. To look within oneself for true knowledge frequently would be a gamble as opposed to constructivist ideologies. Nothing makes a place your own like going to a place where there's only nature and building an entirely new world on top of it while leaving little accents, garnishes of natural life to complement your modernity. Living within nature without changing around or destroying anything, in fact improving on nature is the future. It's easier done from scratch, with new batches of uninhabited (by humans) land, there can be entire cities built that have no negative impact on natural life. As the world's population increases, the idea of favoring the biggest, densest cities will be an old way of thinking. Managing to succeed and reach majorities through social media from anywhere on earth will make a small patch of nature as significant as a bustling metropolis. With the advent of mobility of various products of many sizes, shapes and types of fragility or perishable likelihood anything will be possible to ship to any place it's sought after. Amazon eventually using drones for delivery is one example, with Uber or lyft making the orders local possibilities more likely coming from headquarters just outside of nature. It appears industry will become increasingly robotic, automated to avoid the risks and costs of humanities involvement. City life will become increasingly dense and necessitate a rushed pace of living. There will be a new category very soon, that of which modern city dwellers will call home.
These two cars I'd consider timeless help to explain how design can remain significant through time. Modernity tends to hurry us into variation of something that is fine the way it is. There needs to be more involvement with our natural environment, Cuba seems a good example of just that.