Disappearing Design Takes Over
Written by Pat's Papers | Thursday, 13 September 2012 8:14 AM
Lamps plugged into plaster, music emanating from thin air, beds that disappear into the wall—the New York Times says the newest thing in the design world is something called disappearing design. My take: If you have so much money that you can buy a bed that disappears into the ceiling to reveal a tub—maybe you should just buy a bigger apartment.
SOURCE: New York Times
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