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Four Amazing Futuristic Home Gadgets [Future]
posted August 14 2012 20:36.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis




In the middle of 2012, let's have a taste of what futuristic designers have in mind for our future home appliances and furniture...


And first of all, my favorite, the Gel Refrigerator. Designed by Yuriy Dmitriev, it can be placed horizontally or vertically and has 1/4 of the size of today refrigerators. It has no doors, no need for external power supply, no shelves or other storing mechanisms whatsoever. The only thing that it has is a green gel that blocks the UV rays and keeps the items cool and in an air-tight environment.






The next one is the Vertical Bathroom designed by Ethan Lai. Though it reminds me the box that Men In Black appeared after flushing from the headquarters, this bath can save a lot of space since it is expanded vertically, still allowing one to take a nice bath dive.






New furniture will appear like the dinner table of future Marty McFly's home. Fatih Can Sar1öz designed this capsule-dinner table. Whenever not used, it can be transformed into a capsule to save space:







Finally, the levitating bed designed by Janjaap Ruijssenaars. Obviously not for those who feel sick on a boat, this bed will somehow levitate. Don't ask how....

 
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