Meet Cosmovoïde – The French Dream Bed!

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As you well know it, Le French have to be different. If Le French is not different from all mankind, he’s not worthy of his nation. Le French has to do chic everything from the morning croissant to the evening soup.

However, this was not an ode to Le French. This is an article about a French creation – the Cosmovoïde. French can’t do normal things. They crafted a bed shaped like an egg! And that’s not all! The Cosmovoïde is called like that because it’s related with the cosmic egg, the origin of life! (oh, Darwin would be so proud of you, Le French!) Now let’s hit the sack and find out what makes this Cosmovoïde special. I absolutely have to quote:

As users are separated from the outside world from a physiological point of view, they can reach deep and healing levels of sleep more easily and more rapidly.

Cosmovoide Bed

You may imagine things, but this has nothing to do with Stargate SG – this is just about the mattress frame! (that works in a hammock like principle which avoids the sleep cut-out in case of heavy earthquake). Further there’s the high-tech pimping of the bed (1 dvd player, 1 hd home cinema, 6 sockets, 1 telephone and internet socket, reading lamps and 7 LED lamps in the colors of the rainbow).
Now that you’re already dreaming of your very own Cosmovoïde bed, get ready for here comes the price tag: $61,415.00 . What do you think? Justified?
(source via cribcandy)


#1 Ellington on 08.10.08 at 11:48 am

I am surprised that they did not mention the womb in their descriptions of comfort. That bed is hideous, and no I would not get it and its not worth the price!

#2 e.varden on 08.10.08 at 12:14 pm

I am stunned. Just as you would have to be to buy this ridiculous piece of “furniture”. And it doesn’t come with a freaking mattress!

There is a syndicated comic-strip “Sherman’s Lagoon” featuring a dimwitted shark. This is what the bed looks like to me; it’s going to EAT me!. And for $61 K the fabricators could not hide the three joints of their assembly-bits?

Cheap-a*s. (That’s the first thing I noticed.)

Buy a futon for $100. Put a couple of pillows at the head-end from Ikea ($14 ea.) and spend the rest on a Maserati, or a Porsche boxster.

The gal waking up next to you will be the same, and you will have a nifty ride, all for the bux you would pay for this pretentious piece of crap (no “bed” included).

Happy to advise, single over-rich idjit…(Ghod, some people!)

ONLY a male would buy such a fantasy. Without a fecking bed itself!

Ladies? Would you spend half your yearly income or more for this bizarre contraption? Hah? Cuz why?

I’d like to hear from you. (I have a futon experience for you to be comparing).


“It’s not the bed; it’s the bedding” [You must mull the nuances.]

We’re not talking about laundry here.

#3 Dolly Bird on 08.10.08 at 11:39 pm

I agree with e.varden.It seems like a Male fantasy.A guy who probably never does the dusting at home.Its so awful it reminds me of the atmoshphere in the film Alien.

#4 Adriana on 08.11.08 at 6:40 am

Ever seen the afwul series on MTV called ‘Cribs’? I’ve seen weirder and vulgar things there.

e.varden, people that can afford such a bed do not worry about such things and they do own Maserati and have a replaceable model friend or something like that and they have a staff to take care of the rest.
This isn’t my world I don’t even know what to say about this thing…..Oh, maybe this to Dolly Bird, I think its more James Bond than the Alien.

#5 kpriss on 08.12.08 at 6:00 am

You’re right, Adriana, “Cribs” were full of atrocities! I even wonder if those were their real homes, if it wasn’t all staged for the show…

e.varden I remember my futton… had to dump it cause it got old and on top of it, a friend had broken the frame when she came visit with her kid. I remember I had to carry the mattress out and how heavy it was! It’s not an easy thing to move! Not that I would (ever!) give in to this eggozoid bed! However, I won’t say no to a Maserati or a Porsche. I’d take one and my husband the other and we’d race and then change cars and race some more. And then go home to the children.

Ellington, I think they don’t mention the womb because it’s too “human” for a cosmic egg thing, you see, it’s all mystical…

Dolly Bird, actually, I liked the Alien designs. This is a tasteless, pretentious doing with a cheap air (like e.varden says, joints where you can see them!)

#6 Adriana on 08.12.08 at 7:46 am

Kpriss, no, no, or you or your husband has to pay a fine for neglecting the speed limits or worse….

Or can you drive as fast as you can in the US? Its not even possible to race here in this small overcrowded country with not even a place to park your car properly. Not even a bike..
So I want a Jaquar more than any other car in very dark green and a green card for the US? The US works hard on Lupus research you see in Europe not at all….

Oh yes, the Alien designs were great…recently noticed it again when I reviewed Alien. That’s a classic.

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