like a murphy bed without the manual labor, ori’s cloud bed is a smart home furniture solution that’s designed to optimize space and minimize effort. following the success of its original sofa edition of the cloud bed, the brooklyn-based company has recently launched a new table edition, catering to the booming working from home market.
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‘now more than ever we need our living spaces to better accommodate our many needs for working, sleeping and living. ori’s new cloud bed, table edition makes the limited square feet of our spaces more usable and flexible – more livable,’ said hasier larrea, founder and CEO of ori. ‘adding the cloud bed, table edition to the ori collection means developers have one more solution that can turn even the smallest apartment into a flexible and versatile space that adapts on demand to the needs of its residents.’
just like the sofa edition, the newest member of the cloud bed family operates with just the touch of a button. the design accommodates a queen or king-size bed that can be effortlessly stowed in the ceiling thanks to ori’s safety-certified mechanism, which provides a quiet transition in 30 seconds. once the bed is safely tucked away, a table ascends to desk or dining height, transforming the sleeping area of your apartment into a home office or place to eat. with the sofa edition, the cloud bed doubles as a sitting area with a three seater sofa.
‘we’re not just designing objects for homes, we’re creating a new way of living – one that includes more flexibility and better options for how we use our space,’ said reed finlay, VP design at ori. ‘whether you’re a developer looking to make studio units more desirable or to expand the functionality of one-bedrooms, or a prospective tenant simply looking for a space that meets all your day-to-day needs, the cloud bed, table edition represents another step towards creating a better, brighter future for modern living.’
ori’s cloud beds are geared towards both developers and private clients, new properties and existing buildings. there are no prices listed on the company’s website, but you can request a consultation to get a cost estimate. our guess is that, like always, the extra space will come with a price tag.
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