This Wearable Furniture Lets You Focus (Or Nap) In Public

This Wearable Furniture Lets You Focus (Or Nap) In Public

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Tara Bellucci
Jan 20, 2017

Technology means we can pretty much work from anywhere, but the outside world is often full of distractions. If it's all too much to handle, one designer created a portable, wearable solution to give you a little privacy in a public space.

Sharkman, a deformable soft furniture hybrid, is the brainchild of product designer Yang Zhao. The padded piece is meant to transform into different shapes and shelters, depending on the wearer's needs. You can even zip it into a tent-like cocoon so you can snag some shuteye in peace.

We're seeing more and more products designed to give people some more personal space—especially if you don't mind looking a little ridiculous.

h/t Designboom

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