Vanishing Fixtures, Furniture is Minimalism to the Max

Vanishing Fixtures, Furniture is Minimalism to the Max

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 13, 2012
Light switches that blend into the wall, cabinets without hardware, beds that recess into the ceiling: all things are possible when it comes to streamlining spaces. The New York Times reports on the innovations that make it possible to hide just about anything. A "vanishing" TV that looks like a mirror may just solve a lot of marital disputes. In other news, shoes with GPS will find your way home, and there's a phone game that funds microloans. See the headlines after the jump.The Cult of Disappearing Design | The New York Times • Dominic Wilcox Unveils GPS Shoe That Guides You Home From Anywhere in the World | Inhabitat • Seeds: A Microlending Game Where Farmville Meets Kiva | Co.Exist (Image: Séura via The New York Times)
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