The Ori Cloud Bed Table Edition Is a WFH Solution for Small Spaces

04.29.21 | By
The Ori Cloud Bed Table Edition Is a WFH Solution for Small Spaces

The Ori Cloud Bed, Table Edition gives off all appearances of a contemporary home office desk (or dining table), a surface that would naturally blend into an apartment, loft studio or even within a hotel room. It’s also a design harboring an impressive hideaway feature nobody would suspect until set into motion.

A follow-up to the brand’s Cloud Bed, Sofa Edition, this latest table edition operates with a similar push button ceiling drop mechanism that would make Kanye proud. The wall and ceiling unit houses either a queen or king sized Cloud Bed in a ceiling mounted position; at the push of a button the bed descends from the ceiling space while the table tucks down to floor level.

Designed for both residential and hospitality interiors, the transforming unit optimizes usable square footage by creating two spaces – a bedroom alongside a home office/dining room – all within the footprint of single space. In an era of working from home, the Ori Cloud Bed, Table Edition seems to arrive as a solution literally descending from above.

The entire system is UL certified with built-in safety features that include constant monitoring of the motors and obstacle protection to prevent accidental sandwiching between the desk and bed.

The architectural system includes three built-in outlets, hidden dimmable LED lighting, and the option to use either a physical button control or an app or voice operation (Amazon Echo or Google Home).

Now more than ever we need our living spaces to better accommodate our many needs for working, sleeping and living. Ori’s new Cloud Bed, Table Edition makes the limited square feet of our spaces more usable and flexible – more livable. Adding the Cloud Bed, Table Edition to the Ori collection means developers have one more solution that can turn even the smallest apartment into a flexible and versatile space that adapts on demand to the needs of its residents.

– Hasier Larrea, founder and CEO of Ori

Ori says the Cloud Bed, Table Edition can be retrofitted into existing building layouts or incorporated into interior designs from the ground up. The system only requires a minimum 8’6’’ ceiling height, part of an entire suite of space saving and transforming solutions able to eke out every square inch of functionality and storage with a handsome selection of designs.

Gregory Han is Tech Editor of Design Milk. A Los Angeles native with a profound love and curiosity for design, hiking, tide pools, and road trips, a selection of his adventures and musings can be found at