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Intelligent Living -MDSN's Modular Furniture

Colombian-American Artist Vianey customizes bicycles- limited edition=The Cool Bike
MDRN-a Italian home decor/furniture emporium in NYC's Flaitron district (936 Broadway)-hosted a holiday festive kind of celebration-heralding a movable feast of module pieces -multi-tasking as home functional spaces...and Classiques Moderne Winter edition magazine featuring event maestro Larry Scott (Lawrence Scott Events).
The Launch:
Intelligent Living is a capsule collection by leading futurist/interior designer Warren Kay . 

Made for today's lifestyles...urban clean uncluttered with less square footage...and  system control via an app!

Motorized wall units-morph-descending into Murphy beds while much needed closets spaces appear behind wall it moves along a discreet rail.

The video-a sofa moves slowly forward...while a wall descends -revealing the chicest Murphy Bed set-up we have ever seen. Customizable options too...the one pictured featured retails for $17,000

Ideal for studios, home offices that double as guest rooms etc...or anyone who wants their home decluttered while still having storage capacity... the Intelligent Living collection is available now.

Naturally-made in Italy-automatically means some of the smartest sleek (sustainably made) modern design available!

The Ori Pocket Closet from robotic interiors company Ori Collections -interior opened reveals shelves/closet space...great potential as hide and go seek, cat entertainment

closed -wall unit said is ideal for flat panel tv, table top/home decor

 BONUS: Merging the latest technology with art and design, the transformable modular system is fully customizable with over 100 finishes, materials, fabrics, leathers and digital imaging options. WOW.

For more information about MDRN’s Intelligent Living, please visit
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...also available-loads of fabrics can be transformed RIGHT ONE THE PREMISES into custom pillows and curtains.. Attention New Yorkers-it's okay to add some color other than shades fo black/gray/white into everyday life.