Posted by: Rajesh Shukla | August 13, 2010

Reversible Destiny

When you’re old and gray, do you plan to live a nice, comfy life filled with creature comforts like floors that don’t make you trip and fall and a bathroom with a door? Well, too bad. NY-based architects Arakawa & Gins, whose motto is “We have chosen not to die,” say that their bizarre, crayon-colored Reversible Destiny Lofts can help inhabitants stay sharp and young by taking away their stability and keeping them constantly on their toes with unexpected level changes, super-small door openings and bumpy flooring. Sounds perfect for people with fragile bones and bad eyesight, right?

Read more: Japanese Reversible Destiny Lofts Cheat Death by Design | Inhabitat – Green Design Will Save the World


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