Don’t choose a fish bowl. Body language and facial expressions communicate a lot.
Our sliding door allows for placement in tight spaces, where a swinging door requires more room and can be a safety hazard.
Choose your aesthetic: Match your space or make a statement.
Forget your pen and paper? No problem. We integrated dry erase surfaces (inside and out).
A soft interior and spacious desk invite you to spread out and stay as long as you like.
Easy-glide feet allow you to move your TalkBox around the office, like a couch. Uneven floors? Adjust the feet.
We've thought through current and future needs. Includes USB + Standard Power charging station, with hardwiring and data capabilities.
Choose from the chair solutions we offer, or go with your own.
Comfort is an important part of productivity. The fan is quiet and adjustable, so you can get the temperature juuuuust right.
Nothing beats natural light. Our full-length glass door and skylight enhance comfort. Dimmable LED light included.
The nature of work and where we do it has changed dramatically in the past decade.
Wave goodbye to the sea of closed doors and cube farms as they fade into obscurity. The new Chief of Office Design is called Collaborative Spaces. Approximately 70% of all U.S. offices now operate in open floor plans.
New technology enables people to collaborate and work from wherever they are. Airports, coffee shops, beaches overseas. In today’s work-life paradigm, the world is your oyster...and also your office.
Estimates suggest Millennials will comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025, and the effect goes way beyond emojis in emails.
Millennials’ work expectations and preferences differ from previous generations. Their work-styles skew toward casual and collaborative, employing technology in inventive ways.
But employees, regardless of age, are people with different wants and needs. Meaning there’s no one-size fits all model. Adaptability and flexibility are key to creating a space that enables employee success, regardless of age.
Despite widespread adoption of workplaces without walls or boundaries, studies show 50% of open-office users are dissatisfied with sound levels in their workplace. Distractions and frustrations abound.
So, where can you go to take important calls or focus intently on a specific task? The conference room is full, the hallway echoes, and your usual slice of curb outside is covered with snow.
A 3-minute call turns into a 15-minute quest for the office holy grail — a quiet, private space.
Enter the TalkBox Booth, the privacy solution you’ve been looking for.
A study of thirty-eight thousand workers showed the impact of interruptions on productivity in open-plan offices. Survey says: Detrimental.
Without an easy way to say “Please, Do Not Disturb,” employees experience more interruptions in an open plan setting. Stress levels, distractedness, and resentfulness also tend to rise.
Don’t panic! Collaboration and individual privacy can coexist in today's workplaces. Our office privacy pods enable companies to foster creative working communities while boosting overall productivity and employee happiness.See TalkBox Models
We are continuously collecting feedback from our customers and partners. Here is what a few of them have to say.
“Certainly one of the biggest challenges of open space is people squatting on conference rooms. We have this massive conference room and frequently there will be just one person in there on the phone… that is definitely a challenge. In a TalkBox people feel less self conscious about the noise they’re making and it’s a more free environment.”
"The tipping point with the TalkBox was really its ability to allow us to come in with a laptop and a phone and sit down and work for an extended period of time. It wasn’t just pop in and have a five minute phone call and pop out. I have spent two hours on a call in a meeting in the TalkBox and been perfectly comfortable."
“Space is premium in a lot of buildings and it [the TalkBox] doesn’t take up a lot of space. When you’re in it there’s a lot more square footage; it’s roomier than I thought it would be. It’s a bit extra large as opposed to an actual telephone booth. And once you’re in it the soundproofing is excellent.”