Another one by Alex Harris called "Crew quarters". I can actually see something similar working in an ship or even some kind of spacecraft
More likely, I can see this working as an enlarged "capsule" motel. This is definitely more comfortable than sleeping in one of those coffins
@cypnk I used to have a bunk bed when I was in college. The worst part was climbing down in the middle of the night to use the toilet. I was so tired and one wrong step meant a painful fall. Thankfully I never got a serious injury from falling. Just some bumps and bruises.
@sadie_bunny Your'e very lucky. I know someone who had a bad fall. I think he was knocked out for a second, but no permanent injuries
A lot of those ladders have smooth rungs, which don't help
@cypnk tbh laying on a mattress on the ground would be more comfortable than having the ceiling a few centimeters from your face
@cypnk this is driving me nuts because I KNOW the model of computer on the desk and it's completely eluding me.
@noelle It's the Amiga 1000 from 1985. Pretty nice system, actually 😊
@cypnk We had a couple of those in high school, that's why I know them. :)
@noelle Yup, it's hard to forget it once you've sat in front of one
There were so many copies of that style that it's easy to forget the name. I think this was similar to the model the artist used. It clearly shows those two vertical lines on the front face
@cypnk I love the Danish Modern chairs, too. Actually I just love all of this. I want to live there.
To be clear: the Amiga 1000 absolutely blows the Macintosh and Mac Plus out of the water -- you know, the machines that were released around the same time at double the price point.
By 1995, the Amiga 1000 was a nearly ten year old machine -- and it wasn't ten years ahead of the competition (it was just well ahead of the Mac, which was a couple years behind).
Like the ones from Monument Valley!
Yes, I love these
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