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Ready player one: real-world setups for gamers

The fantasy experience of gaming takes place in a real-life room which often doubles as an office

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Philips Hue Play gradient light strip

Philips Hue Play gradient light strip

Ikea Lånespelare accessories stand

Ikea Lånespelare accessories stand

Ikea Utespelare gaming chair

Ikea Utespelare gaming chair

Gaming den with chair from Cuckooland

Gaming den with chair from Cuckooland

Acer Nitro 5 from Harvey Norman

Acer Nitro 5 from Harvey Norman

Ikea Uppspel pegboard

Ikea Uppspel pegboard

Calum desk with Saxon office chair from Harvey Norman

Calum desk with Saxon office chair from Harvey Norman

Fusion home office from Cuff Milano

Fusion home office from Cuff Milano

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Philips Hue Play gradient light strip

Gaming takes the player to another world, but you can’t have a truly immersive gaming experience without a decent real-world setup.

In the game, the player assumes a new identity. They can be a warrior or an explorer. They can build a universe, move between dimensions, or design cities. In the virtual world, the limitations of our bodies are radically transformed. Wheelchair users can walk. Any of us can fly. But nobody can actually abandon their physical body. We just need to get them comfortable so we can forget about them for a while. That’s where interior design comes in.


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