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Sleepbox by Arch Group

Sleepbox

Designed by Russian architects Arch Group, the Sleepbox is a tiny hotel room for napping at airports.

 


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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    The Sleepbox unit at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport has two beds and can be rented for 30 minutes to several hours.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    The pod has LED reading lamps as well as outlets for charging laptops and mobile phones.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    The pod provides moments of quiet sleep and rest without wasting time searching for a hotel.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    Possible future locations for the Sleepbox include railroad stations, airports, exhibition centers, and shopping centers.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    In warm areas, the pod can be used outdoors.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    The pod allows everyone in unforeseen circumstances to spend a night safely and inexpensively or simply to kill a few hours without leaving their luggage.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    The small size allows the pod to be easily placed near gates in airports, the area where travelers have to spend hours waiting for their delayed flights or transfers.
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    Sleepbox by Arch Group
    Arch Group currently offers versions of the Sleepbox with one, two, or three beds.

 

Visit the Arch Group website for more information.

 

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