SLEEPBOX Designed by Arch Group
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Best solution for you who are being in public spaces – that is an urban relaxation pod of SLEEPBOX. The dimension of the design features 2.5×1.6m x 2.5-3m high. The SLEEPBOX is perfectly designed by Arch Group. The construction of the SLEEPBOX is intended to everyone who is in between flights, waiting for a train, or do not have time to find hotel. It can be the most efficient solution for everyone who is going to take a rest just for a couple of minutes while waiting for the transportation one takes.
The SLEEPBOX and its details
The construction of the SLEEPBOX could be placed in public spaces including railroad stations, airports, exhibition centers, shopping centers, accommodation facilities, and outside environments. It applies MDF, metal, and glass-reinforced plastic for the construction combined with the addition of ventilation, outlets for laptops and cell phones, luggage storage and interior lighting. The SLEEPBOX is recently installed at the Aeroexpress terminal of Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, Russia.
A glance review of the SLEEPBOX based on archdaily.com
“The original idea was conceived as a solution for the urban traveller where one often finds themselves in between flights, waiting for a train, or simply did not have time to book a hotel. The SLEEPBOX provides an efficient solution where one can take a moment to rest. Typical locations that are envisioned as benefiting from the implementation of SLEEPBOX include railroad stations, airports, exhibition centers, shopping centers, accommodation facilities, and outside environments where local climates permit.
Overall construction of the unit employs MDF, metal, and glass-reinforced plastic. Equipped with ventilation, outlets for laptops and cell phones, luggage storage and interior lighting, the units can be upgraded to include built-in audio visual elements, Wi-Fi, security systems, and integrated payment stations.Operated on a pay to use system, the first SLEEPBOX was recently installed at the Aeroexpress terminal of Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, Russia.”
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