A new design for dorms in Japan that lets you sleep anywhere you want is being widely hailed as the first of its kind.
While the dorms themselves may be designed to look a bit like a hotel room, they’re actually designed to be much more.
There are no windows, and they’re only designed to sleep on soft, hard surfaces.
While some dorms do have a shower and toilet, most don’t.
They’re designed to allow for people to spend as little time as possible in the dorm.
The dorm design in this video is a bit more sophisticated than most.
The design in the video is actually a dorm, designed to fit a standard room with a bed, toilet, and a toilet stall.
The most interesting thing about the design is that the rooms aren’t designed for people.
Instead, they were designed to accommodate people with physical limitations, like people with heart conditions or people with diabetes.
There’s a “comfort zone” in each room that allows the person in it to be as close to the bed as possible.
While you can’t really sleep in the room itself, there’s a small room where you can lay on your back and enjoy the view.
The rooms also have a bedroom for you to sleep.
There is a little bedroom in the middle of the room that is for people with small children, but that’s not really enough space for people of any age.
This isn’t the first dorm to use these “free” designs.
The dorm design on the right has a small bed that you can use to stay in.
The room itself is designed for someone who can’t do much with his/her feet.