Thirdway designs Huckletree’s first London outpost
Thirdway has delivered a co-working space with personality in Soho’s iconic, brutalist Ingestre Court building.
A collaborative project by BACHMANN and Barcelona-based StudioBricks, the HOLA booth offers an easily moveable, independent work box with all the comforts of an individual workspace with the addition of battery power. The booth’s battery is fully charged in around three hours and supplies work units with power for eight hours using the BACHMANN POWER FRAME connection panel.
Despite this, the battery only weighs just over six kilograms, and can be continually monitored via the LED display.
The space-booking tool iotspot can also be integrated into the HOLA booth, meaning that use of the cabin can be planned throughout the day. iotspot also makes it easy to find the booth: if it has moved, the iotspot user can locate it easily and conveniently using the app.
The HOLA booth can currently be seen in the BACHMANN showroom in London. James Peckitt, UK Country Manager summarises the concept as follows: “We see more of a need for large office furniture to be more mobile and being tied to floor boxes is always hard for the architects and clients to accept, maximum mobility is in high demand and will continue with younger generations. I think having the ability to move the pod without an installation team is key.”
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