Autonomous Living Unit Crams An Entire Home Into a Chair
May 28, 2009 17:58
The Autonomous Living Unit concept by designer Eduardo McIntosh aims to incorporate all of the functions of a home into a single chair in order to "provide for the basic needs of the 21st century human being."
Apparently, the idea involves installing these into derelict buildings and housing projects where, presumably, the homeless could take advantage of sound system and lighting. Somehow, I don't think that is enough to really constitute a "home" (or satisfy any basic needs), but If the pictures in the gallery above are any indicator, you could get a quick back-alley pap smear. Yeah, I don't see this happening. [Dezeen]
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