If there's one thing we can't stand, it's not matching perfectly our surrounds. Seems like if we're wearing stripes,
we always happen to be in a plaid room—it's enough to drive you crazy. Thankfully Jason Bruges's Memory Wall, installed
in Madrid's new Hotel Puerta América, watches what its room's inhabitants are wearing, and colors the interior to
match. Which makes it remarkably easy to know the party's on; just wait for the walls to get skin-toned.
[Via pasta and vinegar]