And in case you want to work a bit, there is even a small home-office component in the back – a folding table and extra chair for sitting and working while everyone else takes a load off around you. Colorful and cool, these designs from Boxetti always seem to push the limits of space-age style, maximize modularity and make use of the smallest possible spaces.
For a living room with large windows, glass walls and a lot of natural sunlight, you can emphasize the brightness with simple and light colors. Pastels are really nice. The turquoise curtains look wonderful here and are reminiscent of the clear sky.
Each unit can rotate into various functional configurations and can also exist off the grid; they rely on a highly-insulated exterior shells, a series of solar panels and mini-turbines on either end (that both generate power and pump rainwater to waiting collectors).
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