You can now buy the “Cloud Bed” robotic ori that “floats” to transform your space
For the first time, Oris in New York can order the space-changing “Cloud Bed”, which is intended for urban life in a small space
Boston-based smart living brand Ori is known for its connected robotic furniture for small urban spaces. “Ori’s systems enable the effortless and magical transformation of interiors and offer the completely new experience that our interior intelligently adapts to our activities instead of our activities being forced to adapt to our interior,” said founder Hasier Larrea at the launch Ori in 2016 with a robot house project for micro-living with Yves Behars Fuseproject. Five years later, the company has developed into a complete line of furniture that covers basic living functions and enables users to transform compact spaces – from the bedroom to the living and working space and back again.
So far, the clever robotic furniture has only been available to developers for newly designed apartments. For the first time, the Ori “Cloud Bed” series is available to New York customers.
Robotic Ori ‘Cloud Bed’ for urban life
Ori ‘Cloud Bed, Table Edition’, shown in motion
Originally launched in 2019, the Ori ‘Cloud Bed’ was designed with small spaces in mind: essentially a platform that moves up and down at the push of a button (in just 42 seconds), revealing a sofa or desk underneath when she rises to the ceiling.
Available in king-size or queen-size and in the height options “high” or “short” (depending on the ceiling height of the room), the bed has a minimalist design and has a 20-inch mattress with a memory foam pad, Storage space, built-in sockets and integrated dimmable LED lighting. The ‘Cloud Bed’ is UL-certified (a safety certification) and has built-in safety functions such as constant motor monitoring, obstacle protection and the option of a manual power failure mode.
Ori ‘Cloud Bed, Table Edition’, hidden at ceiling height
“Cities spark innovation, creativity and progress. But as cities attract more and more people, living space is becoming smaller and more expensive, ”says the company’s mission statement. “Our goal is to enable people to live big in a small space. We believe that spaces should expand and adapt to our lives, that smarter spaces can give us the flexibility we need and deliver the experience we want by changing – almost magically – with ease. ‘ §
Ori ‘Cloud Bed, Sofa Edition’