The BBC’s Steve Rosenberg tours a highly unconventional and technologically advanced hotel room created by a German institute. This “hotel room of the future” is complete with a rocking bed, color changing ceiling, and scented steams to your desire.
The small features are nice, but to me the aesthetics are that of a space station medical exam room circa 2040. The entire place appears frigid – and upon checkin I wouldn’t be surprised to be assigned a sterile white sheet to wrap around me for the duration of my stay..
Is our future completely void of coziness and warmth? Minimalism is in. Cocoons are not.