We are doing more with less every day. Our smartphones are becoming multi-functional devices, and even the washing machine is now able to act as a dryer – completing two tasks instead of the traditional one. So, it makes sense for our homes to be able to do more with less as well.
Your home may not have the most significant floor plan, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on space. Instead, you have to be aware of what leading manufacturers are doing to make your life easier. That’s where Ori comes in. Ori is a leading robotic interiors manufacturer that is launching two new space-saving pieces of furniture.
The Ori Pocket Closet is an on-demand walk-in closet with two walls of storage space. While it might look like an ordinary TV cabinet, it’s hiding an expansive wardrobe behind it. It also runs on rollers, meaning you can open it manually, via the Ori Square control panel, with voice activation through Amazon Alexa, or the Ori app. Once you set the closet back into place, you can then fold down the front panel as a desk.
The front of the closet folds down into a study desk.
The Pocket Closet takes up minimal space in your home.
It then expands out for you to access both sides.
There is plenty of space in the Pocket Closet to find clothes to wear.
Many apartments and homes no longer have a dedicated bedroom. Instead, the bed sits in the living area, making it uncomfortable for visiting guests. Ori solves this problem with the Cloud Bed. On the ground, the bed looks like any other. However, by using voice activation through Amazon Alexa, the control panel, or the Ori app, you can raise it to sit beautifully within the integrated ceiling – hiding it out of sight and out of mind. You are then left with a contemporary sofa to enjoy with family and friends.
The Cloud Bed slides up into a purpose-built ceiling cavity.
The robotic bed then sits neatly over a table and sofa.
From a fully functioning living room to bedroom in one move. The Cloud Bed will hit the market in 2019.