piranha: cartoon me hammering nail into board (construction)
renaissance poisson ([personal profile] piranha) wrote2015-07-04 05:11 pm
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space-saving furniture

a furniture designer, a mechanical engineer, and a hardware company rep walk into an italian bar...


lots of marvelous ideas here: http://resourcefurniture.com/transform-space/

i didn't see any pricing, but i expect this to be quite expensive considering how perfectly everything is balanced, and the high-class materials and presentation. but hey, great ideas, and something from which a serious geek maker could be getting inspiration.
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[personal profile] graydon 2015-07-05 03:27 am (UTC)(link)
Definitely expensive, but some of it -- like the beds -- might not be impossibly expensive; it looks like they've standardized it in terms of the hardware.

The one-of-a-kind concealed kitchens I don't want to think about, price-wise!
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[personal profile] outlier_lynn 2015-07-07 02:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Wow. I agree that these things are pricey. I laughed when he said, "You can buy and apartment you can afford." I suspect you could buy a three bedroom for the price of the two plus this furniture.

That said, it looks absolutely perfect for the Tiny House movement.
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[personal profile] ephemera 2015-08-15 06:43 pm (UTC)(link)
There's something very satisfying about how that all works so effortlessly. It reminds me of the tardis bed that someone DIY'd that was so very very nifty! (My spare room/library could really use a bed that folds out of the wall but is usually a set of bookshelves, and can keep the books on it as it moves. Really, a lot. Hence the envy!)