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Storage for the roll-up bed.

Instead of a conventional wall, a curving headboard-divider separates this bedroom's sleeping area from the doorway and dressing area. A storage cabinet attached to the sleeping side holds two Japanese roll-up mattresses or futons.

The maple plywood cabinet, 18 inches high and 8 feet long, is screwed to the floor. Its depth varies from 12 to 18 inches because the back of the box follows the curve of the partition. Two 4-foot cabinet doors fold down on concealed hinges.

Architect: Dan Phipps, San Francisco.
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Date:May 1, 1985
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