Crave a few moments of solitude in your work day? Haven — an inflatable pod that creates a private space — could be the answer.
“Haven is a creative, contemplative or restful space,” says Holly Hofmann, producer at Tangible Interaction, a multidisciplinary studio in Vancouver that creates sensory installations where participation is key. Along with quiet time, studios and companies can use Haven for small meetings or a place for employees “to recharge” — office speak for nap.
This article is from the December/January 2019 issue of Douglas.