The Vank Wall Boxes are designed for hosting small meetings or video conferences, taking phone calls, or simply as an escape from the noise of a busy workspace.
Each box, or “pod”, is upholstered with a diamond-patterned, sound-absorbing fabric, which covers the walls and floor, offering protection up to 45 decibels. Doors are made from high-quality insulated glass, helping to further soundproof the cubicles.
“Noise levels in office spaces where conceptual work is carried out should not exceed 55 decibels, and spaces without proper acoustics can even reach 65 decibels in open office spaces. At this level, fatigue and loss of work efficiency occurs,” said the company.
“Vank’s wall boxes provide high isolation from such surroundings, and thus can serve as a space for temporary silencing, but also for small meetings or video conferences,” it continued.
“The interior is friendly, and the upholstery provides a general sense of comfort.”
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