College students across the country who are moving back into their dorms are currently divided into two groups; those who love their living situation, and those who hate their living situation. The latter of those two most likely has issues with a crappy roommate who's touching their stuff, interrupting quality time with a female guests, or hogging the remote. Luckily, the Russian Arch Group Architectural Bureau has developed a SleepBox which, if any college has the innovation to proceed with, could alter dorm life forever.
Originally designed for train stations, hostels, airports and offices, the Sleep Box is a 2 m x 1.40m x 2.30m personal living space that features up to 3 self-changing beds, Wi-Fi, LCD Television, ventilation, electric outlets, and storage space.
How could this not work in a dorm room ? Slap two of these in one room and you eliminate 95% of all roommate squabbles. Hell, there would still be space for a couch, recliner, and community television to have the best of both worlds. (Editor's Note: And you could finally f*ck in peace.)