piranha: cartoon me hammering nail into board (construction)
[personal profile] piranha
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.

on 2015-07-05 03:27 (UTC)
graydon: (Default)
Posted by [personal profile] graydon
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!

on 2015-07-07 14:20 (UTC)
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Posted by [personal profile] outlier_lynn
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.

on 2015-08-15 18:43 (UTC)
ephemera: celtic knotwork style sitting fox (Default)
Posted by [personal profile] ephemera
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!)


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