And in case you want to work a bit, there is even a small home-office component in the back – a folding table and extra chair for sitting and working while everyone else takes a load off around you. Colorful and cool, these designs from Boxetti always seem to push the limits of space-age style, maximize modularity and make use of the smallest possible spaces.
Used as an alternative to hotel rooms or as a temporary residence for multi-city dwellers, the Living Roof project exists as individual suites spread throughout the city. Inside, rather than dispersing activities horizontally, a functional ring vertically combines sleep, lounge and work areas.
For starters, the pull out the coffee table modules (which double as footstools) reveal a three-seat couch with padded cushions. Side wings flip up and out to make additional side-table space. A few quick conversions and the available surface area is multiplied a few times over – making room for you to take a seat with a few guests and kick up your feet as well.
The living room is the hub of most modern homes, and as such it typically houses the most impressive furniture. Italian furniture manufacturer Tumidei created these modern living rooms using their Laltrogiorno furniture system.
Falling somewhere between a UFO and a giant alien football, there is no doubt these portable rooftop pods make a strong visual statement- their additive nature is otherworldly but strangely beautiful.
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