Imagine yourself in an unfamiliar city or in an airport or in any other public place far from home. There is no opportunity for you to rest and relax, even if you are extremely tired. You can have a snack or drink virtually anywhere, but there is simply nowhere to sleep. Sleeping in public causes security, privacy and hygiene issues. Sleep away from home in busy and crowded places like airports therefore is a non-existent luxury. That will change drastically and very pleasantly with the ‘Sleepbox’. The ‘Sleepbox’ is intended primarily to enable a person to sleep peacefully. It provides quick escape from the crowd without wasting time searching for a hotel. ‘Sleepbox’ may be used both in public and private spaces, for rent or for internal needs. Possible locations for ‘Sleepbox’ include: airports, railroad stations, hostels, offices.
‘Sleepbox’ was developed by a team of architects in Russia known as Arch Group. They are leading edge designers of World-class innovative products and services and their vision developed the concept which is now known as ‘Sleepbox’. Due to its compact size Sleepbox has numerous applications and can be situated in areas of a building which may otherwise be free, maximising floor space for much needed customer services like… a good nap. The units are also totally portable and can be used in outside environments. Don’t be fooled: this isn’t some far away futuristic concept. The first ‘Sleepbox’ was installed at the Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow (Russia) much to the joy of travelers that need to spend long intervals between flights. www.sleepbox.com