Hush Open Booth
Hush Open Booth is the innovative response to providing more space for informal meetings and collaboration in the workplace, outside of meeting or conference rooms. The size of one Hush Open Pod is close to the size of two 1400w mm desks and Hush Open S Pod is more like one.
This means that the pod doesn’t take-up too much space and doesn’t necessarily need to be put in a corner, out of the way. Office furniture included in the Open Meeting Booth as standard is an integrated desk along with the double sided comfortable seating in the open meeting pod.
The Hush Open Meeting Booth is a modern workspace solution that offers a unique balance of privacy and acoustic benefits to provide a dedicated meeting spot. The design of the pod allows for a peaceful and productive working environment, with a noise-reducing interior that muffles outside sounds and creates a sanctuary for concentration.
In addition to its functional benefits, the Hush Open Meeting Pod is a stylish and contemporary addition to any workspace. Its sleek design fits seamlessly into any office, and its open concept layout encourages collaboration while still allowing for personal space.
The Hush Open Booth is the perfect solution to office noise and for those seeking privacy and focus in a modern, innovative workspace.
Despite the Hush Open Booths being open on one side, the cushions within the pod provide some subtle acoustics which makes working in the open office in the pod quieter than the open office and less distracting for people around the mobile pod when you’re having a conversation in it.
The back panels of open office pod are made of translucent glass which means that light can pass through and the office pod becomes less imposing within the office space and you can also see if it’s occupied from the back as you’ll be able to see the distorted shapes of people working inside.
More people within offices are describing a need for working in quieter spaces away from office noise to create work in privacy, away from their desks. Without these spaces, conference and meeting rooms are being utilised for brief business meetings with few people or for focussed work for individuals.
These rooms may need to be booked ahead of time, complicating the way they can be accessed and not fully resolving the need for quick phone conversations away from the desk or phone.
Further to this, meeting spaces are often built into the other office spaces as permanent features which limits the flexibility to move the other office spaces around and take the construction (and the investment made) with you if the office is relocated.