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Brief Published: 10 Oct 2011

Arch Group's Sleepbox


Architects at Russia’s Arch Group have developed a solution for tired travellers’ resting needs in the form of Sleepbox.

The stationary 4 sq m cube comes equipped with a bed, LED lamps, a touch-screen television, Wi-Fi, intercom, safety deposit box and built-in pay stations.

Designed for use in a multitude of locations including airports, rail stations and even outside in warm climates, the Sleepbox is a safe and inexpensive way for travellers to pass the night or rest up before the next leg of a journey.

Having already been installed at the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow, with Dubai Airport rumoured to follow suit, the Sleepbox looks set to rival the Capsule Inns, Yotel pods and other bare-essentials accommodation on offer.

Arch Group