Airports are usually hubs of activity in every direction you turn. From harried travelers pushing over-filled trolleys to screaming kids at the check-in line, airports aren’t exactly places where you can get some peace and quiet while you’re waiting for your flight.
Designer Uriel Serrano aims to change that with the Slater airport lounge. It’s still a concept for now, but it’s basically an all-in-one privacy pod that gives passengers their own little private space while they wait.
The “all-in-one” part stems from the fact that it’s got built-in power sockets, luggage locks, and of course, WiFi so you can check your email, browse the Internet, play some games, or do whatever it is you need to do. It also has a built-in alarm clock so you won’t miss your flight if you decide to catch some shut-eye in the pod.
VIA [ Yanko Design ]