Perfect for anyone who wants to know what it would be like to live on Mars.
Condominium Maximus has come himself.
Reminds me of that apartment in "The Fifth Element."
Dread Pirate Roberts
I love this concept, although I think changing out the various panels would get kinda old after a few days. Imagine working a hard 50 or 60 hour week, and having to come home and constantly be moving your walls around just to take a shower, cook a meal, sit down to watch tv, and then go to bed. Makes leisure-at-home seem more like Moving, but every day.
|Dread Pirate Roberts |
The kitchen is only two meters wide."
... That's impossible. Even for an Asian.
I live in Japan. It's very possible. My kitchen is only 5 feet wide.
When all you do is cook rice you don't need a big kitchen.
I like the idea.
What a groovy apartment!
Oh goddammit. I was gonna submit this, then I think I got drunk or something instead. We're enemies, now, Chizmurder. ENEMIES
Looks like Korben Dallas's apartment is becoming a reality, and thats alright by me.
Though its sad to think that China will probably never adopt this idea in the future.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I can see living like that.
Very nice, though I think the orange light would really annoy me after a bit. What I'd really like to know it how much all this cost to set up and how all the plumbing/wiring would work with sliding walls.
The wiring can be track wiring and the plumbing doesn't move. Note that the bath and kitchen sink are both the last configuration against the wall.
I think the things that need plumbing were against the back walls of each side of the apartment. The stuff that moved was mainly closets and bookshelves.
|THA SUGAH RAIN |
That is twice as large as my dorm was in the east village. However, I feel like I would be just as unable to entertain anyone in this apartment "Oh you want a glass of wine? Here just let fold up my bed and Im going to be pushing and pulling a couple walls so you might want to stand in the hallway or this is going to get real Twilight Zone real fast"
|Jet Bin Fever |
And you get a little bonus strength and cardio pushing them around all day.
|teenage mutant lisa turtle |
Are those cd's? I can think of at least one thing he can do to maximize efficiency.
Ugh. Oh god.
My claustrophobia's acting up.
Of course Ikea has perfectly-functional 300-square-foot apartment examples in their showrooms which don't require all this fiddling, but which also don't have much more than a bed and a sink.
that's cool and everything but i'm pretty sure i'd rather die
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