Futuristic home furniture is being invented as we speak to change the way we lounge. These new designs innovate the way we will interact within different areas of our homes.
Futuristic Home Furniture – Kitchen
Brandt Aion Kitchen
Antoine Lebrun’s futuristic design is an eco-multifunctional kitchen incorporating electro-mechanical technology. Special plants developed by the aerospace industry with filtering and cleaning properties provide constantly renewable, clean water and soap. The unit also contains a cooking surface and sink. It even comes with an inbuilt dishwasher where dirty dishes can be put into the sink and professionally cleaned.
Toyo Isola S Kitchen Island
Created by Toyo Kitchens, this kitchen furniture can fit into any space. The innovative Ying Yang design is accompanied with three electric cooker rings, a sink and loads of space for all your kitchenware in the elaborate corrugated drawers. Like Ying and Yang this design fuses into perfect harmony, futuristic design and practicality.
Designed for Scholtes by renowned Iraqi-born architect Zaha Hadid this futuristic prototype design features a touchscreen control panel, heating membranes, sound activators, aromatic scent dispensers, LED lights along with a multimedia entertainment system that comes with a flat screen TV and your very own Apple mac mini which would complement any modern day home.
Kure Family Dining Table
Created by Turkish designer Faith Can Sarioz. This dining table features the innovative concept of a sphere which can be closed to save space. Open, this pod-like dining table to reveal six seats. It houses a light at the center with a glowing blue light at the base.
Futuristic Home Furniture – Bedroom
Hi-Can High Fidelity Canopy
Designed by Edoardo Carlino, this bed is the ultimate sleeper’s dream. Shaped like a metallic box, this elegant and visually stunning sleeping pod is a full-fledged multimedia entertainment system. It includes a reading lamp, a sound system, games consoles, a HD projector and blinds that enclose you. From the comfort of your bed, you can control everything including your beds movement.
Wasserbetten has incorporated a Yacht design. It contains built-in surround sound, therapeutic lighting, water bed sound and a water mattress to simulate the weightlessness of space.
Designed by Arthur Xin this bed brings around the next generation of eco living/sleeping. Equipped with LEDs to help the plants grow, as well as speakers to play music that lull you to sleep, this bed also comes with its very own power-generating system. All activities such as weight lifting, in and around the bed are converted into energy, making it 100% eco-friendly. The main highlight of the bed is the integrated plants which are supported by a built in planter.
Futuristic Home Furniture – Bathroom
Arc Shower System
Designed by David Koo, this magnificent hi-tech shower is a capable of switching between normal mode and an energy saving mode by recycling hot water on site. This next generation water system is far more energy efficient then current day showers. The device comes equipped with a touch screen panel along with temperature and pressure control buttons.
This revolutionary bath tub design is the handy work of i-sopod. This bath tub is constructed using doubled skinned GRP moldings. Whilst open, the tub lights up like a Christmas tree using its in-built LEDs to create the perfect ambiance. The tub also comes with its very own mp3 player and has the latest filtration system.
Futuristic Home Furniture – Lounge
Award winning designers David Koo and Zheng Yawei have come up with this revolutionary concept design. Using magnetic force the base will levitate a soft upper cushion.
This deck chair is an innovative design created by Pedro Silva. Not only does it look aesthetically futuristic but it is also extremely comfortable. Using high-quality fiberglass, leather and a chrome structure.
Ben Alun-Jones’ affinity chair attempts the impossible by re-creating the effect of invisibility by exploring light and space. Using one-way mirror film, plastic acrylic, LEDs and ultrasonic sensors the chair cloaks itself and blends into its environment. The futuristic feature also has the ability to interact with humans, by flashing LED’s the nearer you get to the seat.
Designed by Nuvist this futuristic table is inspired by the natural curvature of living organisms. The lines are integrated into one another. The table can be turned and twisted in almost any direction.
Fiesta Lighted Bar
Designed by Vondom the Fiesta Lighted Bar illuminates the room, and comes with a remote that allows changes to the color of the lights. Sun- and water-resistant for outdoor or indoor use, the bar comes lined with storage shelves for easy access.
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