A king-sized bed and a walk-in closet in 400 square feet? Ori’s new robotic furniture can make your apartment dreams come true.

The ideal home robot is one that can do all our household chores. Sadly, we’re still light-years away from The Jetsons’ Rosie the Robot becoming a reality. But innovative companies have created home robots that solve one problem really well. Think robotic vacuum cleaners, clothes-folding robots, and now, robotic furniture.

A single piece of robotic furniture can solve your space issues—now you can have a walk-in closet and a king-sized bed in even the smallest of apartments. Ori, who produced the first robotic furniture suite in 2017, has just introduced two new “robots,” the Ori Cloud Bed and the Ori Pocket Closet. 

Ori's Cloud Bed can transform into a sofa and coffee table setup with a voice command.

Ori’s Cloud Bed can transform into a sofa and coffee table setup with a voice command.

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The Ori Cloud Bed in sofa mode.

The Ori Cloud Bed in sofa mode.

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The bed is a new twist on the old bed-in-the-wall space-saving solution (only much more stylish). The Cloud Bed lowers from the ceiling at night and rises in the morning to reveal a modern sofa. The Pocket Closet is a desk/media console/bookshelf that opens to be a walk-in closet on demand.

Both allow the creation of multiple spaces—a dressing room in the morning slides away to become a home office. In the evening, the bed disappears to create a relaxing living room. 

The Pocket Closet takes up the space of two wardrobes, yet it can serve as a walk-in closet, desk, entertainment center, or dining bar.

The Pocket Closet takes up the space of two wardrobes, yet it can serve as a walk-in closet, desk, entertainment center, or dining bar. 

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See the full story on Dwell.com: Ori’s New Robotic Furniture Is a Game Changer For Tiny Apartments
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