Most people can only dream of being able to sleep comfortably in any place and anytime. The Sleepsuit allows sleep to happen anywhere.
The Sleepsuit was inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s practice of Dymaxion Sleeping. Fuller believed that two hours of sleep a day was all that a person needed. Dymaxion sleeping involved four thirty-minute naps in a 24-hour period. The Sleepsuit is perfect for Dymaxion sleeping. However, there are concerns about how Dymaxion sleeping could affect the health.
The Sleepsuit is made of a structural pleat that is composed of EVA foam. EVA foam is the same material that is used for padding and shock absorption in sports equipment. The foam material is used to support different parts of the body and make a person feel as if they are sleeping in a comfortable skin rather than a scary looking cocoon.
The Sleepsuit is perfect for allowing someone to take a thirty-minute nap wherever they are. It matters little if a person is at home, work, or in a stairwell, the Sleepsuit can work anywhere. It supports the body in all the right places while at the same time filtering out surroundings that could disrupt sleep. However, there are holes in the suit that allow for human contact so that a person is not completely encased.
Via DviceFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News