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P-Nap – Desk system

Design of a height adjustable desk system with a flexible relaxation room function.

For several years, sleep researchers announce that a midday nap, which is a taboo for most people, has enormous advantages. In East Asia, the short sleep has long been deeply rooted in the culture. A little nap at lunchtime is completely normal. Some large US-companies provide relaxation rooms with lounges for their employees. The siesta at the workplace is called “power-napping” and increases the productivity of the employees who usually lose concentration around lunchtime.

The P-Nap desk system offers adjustable lifting columns and foldable plates below an uncomplicated, flexible and comfortable relaxation room.

Designed by Tingwei Liu and Qiqi Zhong, University of Wuppertal, Germany.

Designer:

Tingwei Liu
Qiqi Zhong

Exhibited at:

ORGATEC 2014

Year of design:

2014

Competition

Design Meets Movement Germany

Category
Office