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Nap Time…

Dude, you cannot be mad at the idea of taking a nap in a big ass adult crib… why should babies have all the comfort?! They can’t even appericiate it. When I came across this article it really hit home with me on the cusp of my son being born. I got to thinking that the lead designer, Richard Clarkson (http://www.coroflot.com/clarkson_richard), stumbled on a awesome idea. What could be more comfortable then being fully ensconced in comfort. Now the project for the “Adult Cradle” is actually a lot deeper than the wet dream of a lazy man. Here is a quote about the cradle project:

Cradle is about creating a safe, comfortable and relaxing environment in which the user can dissipate the overstimulation of their senses. The design was heavily directed by a synthesis of research into Autism and children with Rhythmic Movement Disorder (RMD), as well as saftey, sustainability, function and aesthetics. The chair is designed for maximum relaxation, comfort and calmness

Head over to freshome.com (http://freshome.com/2011/07/25/feeling-like-a-newborn-alluring-cradle-for-adults/) and check out the full article… I’m gonna see if I can find away to get my mitts on one of these, I wonder if they come in XXXL…

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