The booth was developed in response to the rising popularity of video conferencing, which has led to a demand for greater privacy and acoustic control in offices.
Spacestor hopes the pod will help increase capacity and room availability in busy workplaces and allow employees to carry out video calls without distractions.
“We all have a new emerging challenge as we gradually return to our workplaces,” said Nic Baxter, managing director at Spacestor.
“It’s no longer Zoom meetings where everyone’s at home but a blended or hybrid situation where some are now back in the office,” Baxter continued.
“Electronic noise and half-conversations are very distracting for nearby colleagues and of course some meetings need to be completely private, too. Residence Connect meets all these needs, comfortably.”
Occupants can personalise the Residence Connect booth by adjusting light levels and airflow alongside the height of the desk and monitor to support both seated and standing positions.
Each unit is also designed to be easily accessible, with a level threshold, wide entrance and push-button door opener for wheelchair users.
Residence Connect is available as a single unit or can be arranged in a row.
These can be finished in various wooden and coloured exteriors, alongside Kvadrat and Camira textile upholstery. The glass panels in the doors are also available in a matt finish for added privacy.
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