Visually, nothing and nobody can disturb you. You will be 100% efficient in this environment and fully focused on your conversation. The use of the phone pod comes up with the perfect choices.
Sound isolation: the primary use of a phone box is to be able to make calls in silence. Nevertheless, in the current example, the sound isolation is not total because space is semi-open.
The size: although very comfortable, this cabin will occupy a certain space in your premises, especially if several phone boxes are needed. Thus, this model is not suitable if your company lacks space and has an already limited work environment.
A phone box made thanks to a glass partition
Size: Again, this model is interesting because of the limited space required for its installation. This phone box will be very practical and will adapt to all spaces.
The furniture: although space does not allow to install many items of furniture and to enjoy the comfort of size, this third cabin allows, however, the presence of a tablet and a stool to make calls while keeping support under the eyes.
Sound and visual isolation: this box has two major advantages combined: an absence of auditory and visual distractions.
The closed space: as in the first case, the closed space can be binding for some. In addition, unlike the first example, a single glazed door allows light to enter. So, if you choose this option, we recommend that you keep the glass door and choose light colors for the other three walls to visually enlarge the space. In addition, space is a little confined, it is important to install a suitable light system so as not to tire the view of those who use it.
The need to do work: this type of installation requires a few days of work.
A cabin in a corridor
This phone box model is undoubtedly the most creative and original. This is an ingenious way of diverting office equipment. The telephone booth has the appearance of an acoustic cocoon.
Design: this cabin does not disturb the environment because of its aesthetics. Choose harmonious and sparkling colors to turn this tool into a truly decorative object.
Size: its clever shape does not take up space and can be placed on any wall of your office. Corridors and isolated spaces are preferred to maintain a certain intimacy.
Comfort: perfectly suited for short calls, requiring no visual support, this cabin is not the most practical for more strategic discussions and long calls. For slightly longer conversations, consider following the urban model in Hong Kong by installing a high and colorful tablet and stool.
Concentration: in the absence of a partition, this cabin will not completely isolate and will act as a brake for concentration at all times. As seen above, this model is particularly adapted to short and effective calls.
An alcove without a door
The latter model will suit spacious businesses. This alcove can almost be considered a room in its own right.
The possibility of group calls: unlike the previous examples, this last cabin will allow several colleagues to make a common telephone call at the same time. This choice is therefore judicious for long and strategic discussions, aimed at talking about a long-term project.
Comfort: by its size, it is quite possible to install furniture in this space. Comfort is also sensory since the protagonists can focus on their call without external intervention visual or audible aimed at de-concentrating them.