PSFK Labs examines emerging technologies, products and services that are helping bring greater functionality and flexibility to urban lifestyles.
PSFK Labs examines how designers are making living spaces that mold to your lifestyle.
Resource Furniture combines beauty with functionality to design pieces that fit into almost any space.
The 1,6 S.M. of Life is a convertible piece of furniture that houses an area for rest and restoration underneath its work surface.
Designer and founder of Treehugger discusses how reconfigurable spaces are delivering greater functionality in less space.
PSFK Labs look at how new designs are leveraging instantly collapsable construction to increase space and functionality.
Oru Kayak is a full-sized foldable watercraft which can be collapsed down to the size of a briefcase for easy storage or transportation.
As If From Nowhere is an independently functioning bookcase that houses four chairs and a table.
The founders of industrial firm Billings Jackson Design discuss how adaptability is the most important factor weighing in on contemporary urban living.
PSFK Labs looks at how programmable systems control the color, intensity and directionality of light to match a particular mood or task.
The Philips Hue is a new web-enabled LED system that allows users to remotely control their lighting from a mobile application.
Clyde is an expressive LED light that can be programmed with personality modules to react to the user and its environment.
The founder of Zonoff discusses how new creative solutions are delivering a more useful experience in the living space.
PSFK Labs examines new technologies that are providing a better way to filter and prioritize content and information.