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Bauhütte instead of Bauhaus: Culture shock for gamers with a completely new gaming feel and why eSports could soon become a mattress sport

They're spinning, the Japanese… At least that's what you might think when you visit the website of the Japanese startup "Bauhütte". The "Ü" on the homepage and press release, which is deprived of both points, is just a question of the right (or wrong) keyboard, as in the assimilated "Uber" mode. And the products? They are at least refreshingly different when you're on kellerkind accessories. I'm sure most people have never heard of this hut, but it's a company that specializes exclusively in gaming furniture.

The core idea of modular components is quite smart, because in Japan there is extreme space shortage. And so you can click a fully functional gaming corner in the smallest space in just a few simple steps.

If you are curious now – just click on the link to the homepage and wonder: chairs, desks, various gimmicks as well as role-playing accessories can be spasted wildly or planned. If you put the whole portfolio together just cleverly enough, the whole thing will inevitably end up in a gaming bed with the fullest technology integration. They actually managed to prevent Kevin-Horst from even getting up in an emergency. Well, the gamer-ready duck is better ordered for the time being in the medical centre, but who knows…?

The following gallery shows what the sleeping furniture might look like in detail:

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Source: Bauhütte

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