The Workbed Lets You Sleep Where You Work (And Vice Versa)

01/27/2014 03:36 pm ET | Updated Jan 27, 2014

If you don't feel tied to your desk enough as is, then wait 'til you see this product. Thanks to the Berlin-based experimental design group BLESS, you can now literally sleep where you work (and vice versa) with the push of a button. Known as the "Workbed" and designed as part of their No. 33 Artistcare collection, the piece is able "to be transformed by a rotating system from a bed into a big table" in order "to make the two functions co-existing in one room."


And while the furniture does let you take a power nap to help the creative juices flow, when something stems from the desire to create a comfortable sleep and workspace in one, we can't help but feel a little skeptical. Yes, there are two "separate modes," but if you ask us, it seems less of the "perfect solution for small, urban living" and more of a guaranteed way to never really escape the office. Especially since you're, well, always sleeping on the job...

Bright Idea: The Workbed

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