vertical bed vertical bed
nov 08, 2009

vertical bed

designer jamie o’shea must have really wanted a nap when he created his vertical bed design. the vertical allows the user to sleeping standing up right in the middle of the street. not satisfied without testing his creation, o’shea slept for 40 minutes in downtown new york. the bed design can be collapsed into a small suitcase and is attached to a subway vent when in use. the help the user gets a peaceful rest, the bed comes with noise canceling headphones, opaque sunglasses and a free-standing umbrella for napping in the rain. next time you walking down the street and feeling tired,  simply set up the vertical bed and take a nap.

http://www.substitutematerials.com

via rebel art

  • just what I need…

    Vk says:
  • wow

    =。= says:
  • useless

    filut says:
  • great!

    njbjkh says:
  • yawn… 😉

    Phil says:
  • Not the kind of thing i would use ‘anywhere’, but it must be great on a rainy place, to ‘pass-the-time’. 🙂

    Turbo-boy says:
  • makes me embarrassed to be a designer. keep up the good work..

    zoom says:
  • can’t beleive hehehe ;-)…. flexible and low cost manager….you don’t need any hotel…

    marco l. says:
  • i need it!

    uwe says:
  • lets sleep horizontal ;o)

    passive progress
    active regress

    jdc says:
  • Mad idea. And what stops his head from lolling forward? Must be stupendously uncomfortable.

    mememe says:
  • so funny to imagine everyone using it in the subway or in the city

    lex says:
  • everybody has to do something with there time. the homeless could use this.

    happymakernow says:
  • wow. want one!

    rizma says:
  • i need this very badly

    rohan says:
  • It’s called the floor dickhead, man up.

    aod says:
  • Pick pockets and common muggers just had a JIP scenario (jizz in pants). I personally think someone using this would just open themselves up to practical jokes of all kinds……

    Teabagger says:

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