The first Sleepbox was installed at the Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow. Travelers can rent the room and sleep for several hours, making long layovers and miserable delays a pleasant, restful experience.
The unit on display is a two-bed Sleepbox, equipped with a ventilation system and power sockets for charging laptops and mobile phones. There are nightstands and fold-down tables by each bunk and luggage space under the lower bunk. Alongside general lighting, the Sleepbox is equipped with built-in individual reading lamps. The windows are covered with powered roller blinds that allow for a temporary private area.
Several models are being designed, from basic to somewhat excessive luxury. The stuff we like.