Designed by Atelier OPA from Japan. These mobile furnitures are designed for work, sleep and eating. The Kenchikukagu series included a mobile work station, a mobile bed and a moible kitchen. There are three prime necessities to exist in this world. First and foremost, a career to earn bread and butter, secondly a kitchen to cook up a sandwich out of the “bread and butter” and lastly a bed to rest at the end of the day. However, Kenchikukagu is here to add a dash of luxury to this down to earth routine with a line that includes a mobile workstation, kitchen and bed. A must-have for crammed urban dens, all of them come on wheels and can be packed back into compact cases when not in use. Focusing on the workstation, it opens up to give enough space to work on your laptop. The images also confirm that it houses shelves and pull-out drawers to store your files and other gear. The built-in lighting system illuminates the desk. It is also cleverly designed to accommodate a chair that can be packed up along with the workstation. They are not only the concept designs, they are also available on Amazon Japan for JPY 800,000(about $7436 US). For more info heck out the website below the pictures and video.