Ori System's furniture line is modular, scalable and runs on mechatronics, allowing live-work spaces to transform at the touch of a button.
Smart modular design solutions such as earthquake resistant homes and window-walled blocks are solving global building challenges. Now, Ori Systems is increasing the efficiency of indoor spaces by transforming effortlessly from a living area into an office.
Ori is a modular, flexible and intelligent line of furniture. With a push of a button, the bedroom becomes an office; an entire wall moves and panels slide open to reveal hidden storage. Ori is inspired by Japanese origami, an approach that makes the most of urban space at an ever-increasing premium. Built using architectural robotics from a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab team, Ori is revolutionizing micro living. Available for sale in 2017, design developments include voice and movement activation and different sized units.
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