“Working in the music business, and being on tour for years, I was constantly in hotel rooms where I was always working from bed,” says Govorko of his inspiration. “It’s an underutilized space that hadn’t really been looked at.”
His design includes motorized curtains, a retractable video screen, Wi-Fi, a docking station for gadgets, a five-point audio system, and three sets of lighting (reading, ambient, floor). The bed can also be equipped with an RFID card reader, so that guests can customize and save their preferences from one visit or one hotel to the next.
Now, if they could just add a portal that could deliver room service, we wouldn’t have to leave the bed at all …