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Genius at Work on Amtrak

A genius designed the Roomette on Amtrak. The space is so functional and practical but so small. For example, the two chairs facing one another turn into one of the two beds at night just with some tugs by the porter. An upper berth is pulled down at night for the second bed. Inside it are the two bed rolls with a firm mattress, sheets and a blanket. Each roomette has a narrow closet for coats, a sliding tray that even has squares for playing chess or checkers and two spaces for a small bag and underneath for a purse.

It’s remarkable to think how little space we actually need if it’s smartly designed. I would love to find an architect so able to build a structure that would be so efficient.

Mar. 25, 2010