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HiBed

Drift off to the future with this smart bed. Hi Interiors have introduced the second generation of their smart bed conceived by the Italian architect and designer Fabio Vinella. HiBed is basically a smart personal cocoon that is designed to not only improve sleep but your overall wellbeing. Outfitted with WiFi, an HD projector and even invisible speakers for entertainment, the smart bed is capable of providing ample amusement before sleep or on weekend mornings. Being a smart bed, it can check your sleep pattern every morning with the companion mobile app. It not only analyses sleep and biometric parameters but also keeps a log of body weight and monitors temperature, air quality and noise level for a complete check on your health. The adjustable base with memory foam offers comfort during sleep, whilst a smart alarm system wakes you up with audio notifications of news, weather and calendar.



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LAGOON DAYBED | BY SOLPURI | Image

LAGOON DAYBED | BY SOLPURI

If you are planning to soak up the sun this summer, then do it in style and get the Lagoon Daybed by Solpuri. This stylish bed was designed by Klaus Nolting and comes equipped with led lighting and a protective cover that you can close when the sun is to harsh. The bed also comes equipped with a control allowing you to rotate the bed in the sun´s direction....
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SKATE MIRROR

The Skate Mirror is made from stainless steel and mirrored glass, as well as genuine skate trucks. It comes with a pack of skate stickers to customize the front. Hang it vertically or horizontally or simply prop it up in the corner of the room, do any of these things but please don’t skate on it, after all it is a Skateboard Mirror not a mirror skateboard, a very important difference! You can get it in Europe here...
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FLATMATE SECRETARY

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office....
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