PSFK Imagines Home of the Future

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July 26, 2013
In case you missed Dwell's July/August issue, there's another chance to peep technology for the home of the future, thanks to a PSFK exhibition in New York City. Read Full Article
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  The Tilt lightweight, folding chair from Folditure mingles with a table made from Studio Gorm's flexible Peg Furniture System, above which hangs the Pétale sound-absorbing lamp from Luceplan.
    The Tilt lightweight, folding chair from Folditure mingles with a table made from Studio Gorm's flexible Peg Furniture System, above which hangs the Pétale sound-absorbing lamp from Luceplan.
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  The curvy-but-compact Vurv wall-mounted desk is meant to be used while standing, to reduce the negative health effects of always sitting while working. Its worktop folds up flat into a self-contained unit when not in use.
    The curvy-but-compact Vurv wall-mounted desk is meant to be used while standing, to reduce the negative health effects of always sitting while working. Its worktop folds up flat into a self-contained unit when not in use.
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  Treehugger founder and green evangelist Graham Hill rides the Schindelhauer ThinBike he designed for urban apartment dwellers with little room to store bicycles.
    Treehugger founder and green evangelist Graham Hill rides the Schindelhauer ThinBike he designed for urban apartment dwellers with little room to store bicycles.
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  At left, Little Printer, a desktop printing device that generates personalized newspapers on receipt paper, and at right, Aquafarm. The countertop aquaponics system cleans out the fishbowl automatically and uses the waste to fertilize plants above.
    At left, Little Printer, a desktop printing device that generates personalized newspapers on receipt paper, and at right, Aquafarm. The countertop aquaponics system cleans out the fishbowl automatically and uses the waste to fertilize plants above.
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  Visit PSFK's Future of Home Living at 101 West 15th Street through August 15, 2013.
    Visit PSFK's Future of Home Living at 101 West 15th Street through August 15, 2013.

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