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MIT and Google design a temporary office meeting space that drops down from the ceiling

MIT's Self-Assembly Lab and Google teamed up to design this innovative system called Transformable Meeting Spaces. The structure can be pulled down from the ceiling to enclose a 10-feet-wide and 8-feet-tall space that can fit up to eight people. Users can simply push the structure up once the meeting ends. Related: Stacked timber beams act as multi-use office furniture in this renovated barn in Belgium https://vimeo.
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