Sleep Box in Dulles International Airport

Architecture studio 3877, have successfully installed sleeping pods designed by Sleepbox at Dulles International Airport in Washington DC. The Sleepbox model was initially created by Mikhail Krymov and Alexey Goriainov of Arch Group. The 1,200-square-foot space offers travellers a place to rest in privacy. It has 16 bookable nap rooms arranged in two rows that are available for hire for a minimum of one hour. They are made from pre-fabricated plywood and clad in white and grey veneers. Each unit consists of amenities such as temperature control, privacy window tint, coloured mood lighting and Bluetooth speakers. It works with an app that allows the rooms to be booked, unlocked and controlled with a mobile device.

“We believe that the opportunity to relax and recharge in the midst of our busy life is a valuable asset,” said Mikhail Krymov, Sleepbox CEO and founder. The company’s Sleepbox rooms have seen three years of testing in two European hotel locations.

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