This robotic voice-activated furniture inspired by Mickey Mouse drops from the ceiling when you ask it to

Louetta R. Clark
Solutions to storage problems continue to resonate with the market, from storage in the cloud to, now, storage in the ceilings.
Solutions to storage problems continue to resonate with the market, from storage in the cloud to, now, storage in the ceilings.

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  • A San Francisco startup designs modules that store your bed, closet, desk, and nightstand in the ceiling that can be lowered on your command.

  • The systems are also outfitted with AI that “can learn from your preferences and routine.”

  • Bumblebee Spaces was cofounded in 2017 by Tesla and Apple veteran Sankarshan Murthy.

  • The company has four projects with San Francisco developers, one of which currently has two-bedrooms — that can be turned into three-bedrooms thanks to the startup’s tech — available for around $5,000.

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There have been a bunch of daring propositions to counter San Francisco’s — and other cities’ — housing demand: underground bunk beds are one of the most recent that come to mind.

But Bumblebee

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