Should the Future Home Have an Airplane Mode?

Should the Future Home Have an Airplane Mode?

RAM House is seeking to devote a section of your living space to a Wi-Fi, cellphone, and radio-isolated lifestyle

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 2 september 2015

Genoa-based design research collaborative Space Caviar, in cooperation with Bolzano’s storage and organization company Prokoss-Mobilrot, have made a space whose architecture serves as a nod to the curtain of the future. The RAM House is capable of filtering out electronic signals, the type necessary in our visions for the connected home.

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