Our homes are, as comedian George Carlin said, just a place for our stuff. What if, a new generation of startups wonders, all of this could just…disappear?
Inventors, architects and designers around the world have recently converged on ways to achieve this. Their technology can make parts of apartments and houses, as well as all of their contents, disappear with the press of a button. Former researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ex-Apple and You’re here engineers working in San Francisco and a design and architecture firm in Spain are among those designing what can only be described as robotic furniture. And it’s already rolling out of the factory and into the homes of college students, church program directors, and celebrity couples like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.
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