The 'Mylines' Hotel Features a Futuristic Room with a Bed in the Floor

 - Aug 21, 2017
References: archdaily & contemporist
China's 'Mylines' Hotel has been renovated by architecture firm LYCS with a futuristic room that redefines "rolling out of bed." This unique room is characterized by a bed that has completely sunken into the floor, offering guests a unique sleeping experience. The top end of the mattress and mirrored headboard are the only components of the bed that can be seen upon entering the room. The mattress is surrounded by embedded LED lights, which highlight the edge, indicating where the floor meets the sleeping area.

This room is not the only one in the hotel to feature an innovative design, as the entire facility features suites with dynamic themes that range from sadism to fantasy-inspired concepts. The experimental hotel design speaks to travelers who have a great interest in experience-oriented adventures.