In a recent article from the Boston Globe, writer Cameron Sperance dives into the transformative impact of robotic furniture, with a particular focus on Ori and our work with multi-family developers across the country.
In response to the increasing cost of construction and the need to maximize limited space, Ori's robotic furniture offers a fresh perspective. These forward-thinking design strategies cater to the evolving real estate market, addressing high construction costs and land expenses.
Ori CEO and founder Hasier Larrea is quoted in the article challenging readers to change how they think about the space around us: “What if instead of having to adapt to a space, the space can adapt to be whatever you need at every moment?”
Read the full article on the Boston Globe’s website here.