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Why office design is going modular

A Danish company has launched a range of soundproofed pods that can be incorporated into open workspaces for added flexibility

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MuteBoxes have been designed to create 'spaces that connect people with peace' to boost wellbeing and productivity in the workplace.
MuteBoxes have been designed to create 'spaces that connect people with peace' to boost wellbeing and productivity in the workplace.
Danish company MuteBox has launched a range of modular pod designs for offices that it says will reinvent how workspaces are perceived and used.

The three soundproofed designs can be used for phone calls, work that requires quiet and concentration or smaller meetings and aim to provide environments that enhance wellbeing and productivity.

According to the firm, the Covid-19 pandemic revealed the importance of adaptable workspaces that can adjust quickly to new challenges. The offices of today need to be fluid, tailored to individual needs, focused on employee wellbeing and able to integrate in-office and remote work seamlessly.

MuteBox believes its products will help architects create flexible, functional spaces that meet their clients' current and future needs and evolve with organisational growth and change.

  • MuteBox One: Allows users to be completely present when making or taking phone calls.
    MuteBox One: Allows users to be completely present when making or taking phone calls.
  • MuteBox Work: Shuts out disturbing noises for tasks requiring extra peace and quiet.
    MuteBox Work: Shuts out disturbing noises for tasks requiring extra peace and quiet.
  • MuteBox Meet: Add an extra meeting room to improve collaboration. Designs can be tailored to accommodate smaller or bigger meetings.
    MuteBox Meet: Add an extra meeting room to improve collaboration. Designs can be tailored to accommodate smaller or bigger meetings.
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MuteBox's 3 products

Each MuteBox is designed to meet different workplace needs:

  • MuteBox One A private phone booth for making and taking calls without distractions. Its compact size fits well in any office layout, providing privacy without taking up too much space.
  • MuteBox Meet Designed for collaboration, this flexible meeting room comes equipped with the latest IT and can be adapted to various group sizes and meeting styles.
  • MuteBox Work A practical, single-person workstation offering a flexible and comfortable setting for tasks requiring quiet and concentration. 

All MuteBoxes are crafted in Denmark with acoustic panels for enhanced sound quality and sleek lines for a smart finish.

MuteBox is dedicated to creating a joyful work environment. It continuously innovates to ensure its solutions remain relevant and timely.

Whether designing an office from scratch or upgrading an existing space to enhance its functionality, MuteBox can help architects create cutting-edge solutions that adapt to clients' needs and a business's evolving demands.

For more information and technical support, visit mutebox.uk

Contact:
020 4587 1000
hello@mutebox.uk


 

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