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Posts Tagged ‘ Sleeping ’

The Cosmos Bed


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The bed was created Russian designer Natalia Rumyantseva, and was built to give you the ultimate sleeping experience, all while replicating the starry night sky above you. The bed itself is shaped like a giant capsule, and has been outfitted with a high-tech LED lighting system along the top portion. The bed has also been equipped with a complete audio system, and aromatic dispensers to help you fall asleep comfortably. Forget tossing and turning all night, Cosmos will help you catch some Z’s within minutes of hitting the pillow.

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Sleepbox Hotel Tverskaya In Moscow


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If you’re gonna travel to Russia on some kind of crazy, Winter Olympics-inspired, find-yourself journey, jot down Sleepbox Hotel Tverskaya as a place to stay. Russian studio Arch Group took an old 4-story building in Moscow (not far from the Kremlin), and filled it with these stylish portable sleeping capsules to create a hostel-like hotel with a unique twist. These mobile modules hold one or two people and are equipped simply with beds, LED reading lamps, and electric outlets. Showers and toilets are located on each floor, and the Sleepbox lobby features a reception area, information zone, and individual lockers. If claustrophobia sets in, there’s a few standard size rooms to stay in as well.

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San Francisco Loft by Lineoffice Architecture


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The aim of this project was to meet the functionally separate domestic requirements of the owner in a space that would feel completely open and uninterrupted. After the existing space was cleared two programmed sculptural elements were inserted into this multi-sided ‘spine’ that moves from one end of the loft to the other and  also a solid form that contains the necessarily enclosed bath and laundry areas. The spine houses everyday domestic components like storage, dresser drawers, kitchen cabinets, etc., while navigating the subtle boundaries between the entry, sleeping, kitchen and main living areas. The solid form is carved away using steel and walnut doors and panels to reveal points of access to the bath and laundry room. These impressions on the otherwise blank plaster walls of the solid echo the materials and proportions of the more articulated spine. The material character of these elements like blackened steel, painted and walnut veneered casework, black granite and translucent glazing was selected to complement and showcase the existing doug-fir columns, beams and ceiling without overpowering the space.

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Beer Barrel Bedroom


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The beer barrel bedroom is perfect to try if you’re in Ostbevern, Germany. Built from 19th century real beer barrel, which was in use until 1995, this bedroom can accommodate two persons at a time.

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Cocoon 1 – Personal Modular Pod


The Cocoon 1 provides a smart solution for mini residence with its space-saving modular features. It allows the users to customize the space by removing or adding the different modules ranging from sleeping modules to cooking and storage modules.

Sleeping On The Clock?


It’s time to move on and discard phone alarms and clocks.  Designer Seung Jun Jeong has found cooler and hipper gear like this Alarm Pillow to get folks out of bed. It gently vibrates at the given hour, to wake you up with a buzz. And if you don’t get out of the bed, your head-weight acts as the snooze trigger.  (Dope) The label-trigger is clever and fitting, I so need this for my lazy-ass friends back in Jersey.

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