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Jens Dyvik Creates a Malleable Remote-Controlled Room

 - Nov 22, 2010
References: dyvikdesign & dornob
Jens Dyvik has created a conceptual marvel of interior design and technology. What this designer and architect proposes is the production of a customizable remote-controlled room that begins as a clear space. Hypothetically, the room has a floor that will rise and take whatever shape dictated.

Though Jens Dyvik's idea seems a little farfetched, the future is much closer than one would think. Scientists and designers alike have experimented with malleable materials for the home, making the Jens Dyvik remote-controlled room more than just a fantasy.