Circular Open Pod is a highly flexible unit that can instantly create semi-private spaces for people to gather, share ideas, put plans together or simply work in peace within a protected space that does not completely isolate users. This open meeting pod is available in various sizes to fit from two to up to eight people and, thanks to its modular design, can be easily moved or reconfigured. Circular Open Pod is composed of a shell in the form of a loop, made of composite materials from recycled plastic bottles, though it is finished in a neutral white as a standard, there is an option to have it in other colours for a stronger design statement.
This open meeting pod has its front and back fully open to allow for ease of access, as well as to allow free communication between the inside and the outside. The internal walls and ceiling of the Circular Open Pod are covered in an egg crate patterned acoustic foam that further adds to the pod’s privacy by aiding sound absorption and noise reverberation. Similarly, if a bit more enclosure is needed, there is also an option to add a back panel, either in acoustic foam or in glass.
On the inside, Circular Open Pod creates a comfortable environment thanks to the integrated cushioned seat that is also available in a variety of fabrics to help achieve the desired look and feel for any office space, as well as a central table. This open meeting pod also comes fitted with motion activated LED lights, and there is an option to add power and data outlets to allow users to work inside the pod for long periods of time.
On top of the functionality of Circular Open Pod, this open meeting pod has a unique design, a futuristic loop shell that can truly make a statement in any office. Though uber contemporary, the design of the Circular Open Pod is not intrusive at all, the sleek loop shape can easily blend in all spaces and it is also highly adaptable, it can easily be configured to meet all the needs of the office. All in all Circular Open Pod is the perfect option to add semi private “rooms” that create quietness and peace without isolating users, thus allowing for the free flowing of people and ideas.