The newest and hottest idea on the market is the “pod” – or private (and often) mobile unit within the open office – that allows employees some quiet and private time.
For those who want a more intimate collaboration location that is somewhat removed but not isolated from the office like an enclosed phone booth.
The “Nook”, aptly called, provides employees in the often noisy and chaotic open office environment, a more quiet respite where they can better concentrate and refuel. This is a godsend for those introverts who need a place away from constant stimulation to have their best ideas! It’s modular flexibility also means that it can fill many needs.
Nook Solo Pod was created for contemplation and concentration – away from the hustle and bustle of the busy office!
This is a godsend for those introverts who need a place away from constant stimulation to have their best ideas! It’s modular flexibility also means that it can fill many needs. It has been used as a breakfast nook in the morning, a lunch meeting space or quiet concentration area throughout the day, as well as a rest spot at trade shows and events.
Sensory Nook helps neurodiverse people cope with challenging environments.
Reduce anxiety levels before they reach meltdown and in so doing prevent challenging behaviour.
The result of this is less exclusion and much greater opportunity to access experiences most people take for granted.
This works to calm or stimulate people with sensory integration disabilities such as Autism, Dyslexia and Dementia to name but a few.
If you need something more uniquely tailored then please get in touch as Sensory Nook is fully customisable.
We have designed a range of Nook Pods to make it easy for individuals & organisations to find the most effective inclusive sensory space for their situation.
Sensory nook is a solution for the unique needs of people who need them.
Learning is made dynamic and engaging, the work place is more productive and creative, everyday places become accessible and supportive to people with special needs and disabilities.