Adam Lassy of Brooklyn, NY, created ‘smart’ furniture that rearranges itself depending on the number of people in the room and their needs. Not really sure the specifics of how this works… [Via Trendhunter]

John Baichtal

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  • dubyaohohdee

    Ok so it “reacts” to people and just moves around? Needs more cowbell if you ask me.

    • John Baichtal

      I hear ya, it seems a little fluffy. What capabilities would YOU add?

      • dubyaohohdee

        Without straying too far from their original concept i would say multiple units working together would be pretty cool. Perhaps preset configurations? causes units to group together and form coffee table. causes units to roll back to corner for storage.

        • dubyaohohdee

          bah safe comment tool removed my Insert Some Action pseudo tags. oh well.

      • rahere

        Those tables are often used for small volume computer and comms racking.

  • Dave Chatting

    Reminds me of Greyworld’s Bins and Benches: