Out of office without being out of touch, the OOF Box redefines practicality and convenience for the professional on the go
February 28th, 2013
The OOF Box (Out of Office) is an acoustically treated, portable space that provides semi-permeable privacy to workers when using mobile devices.
The unit’s minimal footprint means it can be placed in open plan offices as well as common areas such as receptions and lobbies, utilising otherwise neglected space
The OOF Box serves to reinvest public spaces with a convenient and practical seclusion zone without being visually dominating.
Integrated storage, shelving and stowaway seating options enhance the usability of the collection with the option of timbers, fabrics and leathers available internally and externally.
OOF Box is unique as it is fully cabled to allow for powered devices. The provision of this technical capability underpins the British design’s appeal for the upwardly mobile professional and their employers.
Rooms-within-rooms are now possible without structural or architectural reconfiguration demands in existing locations. The convenience of easy relocation for storage or repurposing of the space extends the appeal of the OOF Box for small to large offices and public spaces including airports and business lounges.
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