Tuesday, January 06, 2009
The idea of a mini hotel/shedworking atmosphere has become popular over the last couple of years and we've covered various examples on Shedworking. Here's another one, the Napcab, which is designed to "provide a private hideaway from aiport madness, and allow travelers to relax and re-energize" (rather than hang around on airport chairs and buy unwanted ties). The idea is that you "rent some privacy" which can be useful if you want to work. The idea was developed and designed by students at Munich's Technical University and you can roadtest the first models at Munich Airport in Terminal 2, gate H32.
Posted by alex johnson at 11:15 AM