It Appears To Be A Normal Apartment, But When You Push The Button… NO WAY!
The homes of the future are just around the corner. The concept of a house where things are moved and changed at the touch of a button are no longer just something out of a science fiction movie. Looking to address the lack of space in large urban areas, a new design of compact apartments has been designed by YO!Home.
Some of the features in the home will be tall wardrobes that open up to a kitchen with all of its appliances. The bedroom drops from the ceiling while the dining table emerges from the floor. Additionally, storage space is found under the floor. The futuristic flats are going to retail around $235,415.00 with its first city being in Manchester, United Kingdom. The company hopes to eventually have these homes all over the world.
This is a prototype of the apartment. Some of the features are an emerging dining room, all from the touch of a button.
The dining room table retreats back into the floor. A king-sized bed is above the living room.
Sensors keep the home safe. You can see part of the sofa below the bed.
The TV lowers from the ceiling while the floor to ceiling closets provide a lot of storage space.
The bed is tucked in the ceiling. The design can be changed based on clients' request.
The bedroom is open and spacious. A very modern and cozy design.
Open one of the floor-to-ceiling closets and the kitchen appears.
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