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Why Aren't Today's Beds as Cool as They Predicted in 1978?

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In the late '70s, British manufacturer Slumberland designed the Sleepcentre 2000, the Holy Roman Emperor of beds that included a panopticon of TV sets, a non-wireless phone, and all the accoutrements for a morning shave. It was also going to be "on the market by the 1990s." Well, we're waiting.

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· See the Outmoded '60s Idea of the Office 'of the Future' [Curbed National]