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December 27, 2008

Ovei Chair


Wrote Jonathan Margolis in his "Technopolis" column in the Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine, "Four years ago I introduced you to the Oculas, a sort of ovoid garden shed in which you can immerse yourself in computing, digital audio entertainment or just meditation. Now it's been updated in this swisher, hand-crafted version, the Ovei, engineered by the esteemed McClaren Applied Technologies. Whether you want it for playing computer games or merely contemplating, it would make a stunning futuristic addition to your home or office interior...."


But don't take Margolis's word for it: watch the video below

and marvel.

From £50,000 (€56,000; $76,000).


Apply within.


Full disclosure: after reading all about it and looking at the pictures and watching the movie, my immediate reaction was "Oy, vey."*

Maybe that's how it got its name — ya think?


*Inside joke.

December 27, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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