The newly installed Sleepbox at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport, was created by the Russian architectural firm, Arch Group. It provides travelers with a small space to catch up on some much needed sleep, from 30 minutes to several hours.
Sleepboxes are computer friendly. Each box comes equipped with LED lamps for reading, outlets for charging laptops and cell phones, and have Wi-Fi capability.
Sleepboxes also come with a safety deposit box and even a touch screen TV. These portable hotel rooms even have their own alarm and intercom systems.
These portable, personal sleeping nooks can be placed everywhere from conventions centers, shopping malls and anywhere else people might be looking for a power nap.
These portable sleep pods allow travelers to spend their time waiting for flights by catch up on much needed sleep.