Have you asked yourself how our homes will look like in the future? Not today, not tomorrow, but after a lot of years in which the cities will become larger, and the people in them – more?
It is true, many people dream of own house somewhere amid a beautiful scenery in a peaceful place, but different circumstances redefine our lives to pass in the gray concrete urban forest…
Also within the walls of these urban mastodons are designed and built smaller and smaller living spaces, which seemed never enough for all that we drew in our dreams…
But someone once said that less is more, and maybe he meant something like the new design of the Canadian company BosaSPACE™?! In the basis of the modern home is the concept of comfortable and smart transforming spaces where seemingly nothing is what it seems, but much, much more!
A whole host of mobile, sliding, and folding furniture solutions can transform the interior of the home in the corresponding functionality – in an ordinary living room, space for party, bedroom, guest room, etc.
Every corner of the house may be filled or emptied depending on the wanted purpose and desire of the residents. The combination of cleverly devised ideas allows small space to be used in several different ways to respond effectively to constantly changing conditions of the modern life. As the entire home is multidimensional and full of dynamics.
In the morning hours, the kitchen offers a cozy breakfast area, and then it can become a working area, during the evening – in the dining room for at least eight guests and friends. And all this using the pullout modular table of the kitchen’s island.
The bedroom is hidden in the wall behind the large sofa in the living area – with several movements it appears or disappears at different times of the day.
Another place to sleep is concealed behind the wall with the media area – this transforming furniture can provide both extra seating and shelter for late guests.
All these places can easily be separated by sliding doors, to achieve the atmosphere of coziness and intimacy when it is needed. And vice versa, they are hidden in niches and all spaces merge into a single harmonious whole.
Although coming from distant Canada, these ideas might provoke and inspire many in our country – to try to make your little home into a real transforming smart space!