On The QT Phone Booth

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Fashionably late in an already saturated market. How does On the Qt Phone Booth bring new value to the office?

Through extensive research carried out by Orangebox designer Mark Partridge, it showed that there were still unexploited opportunities to offer the modern office worker. On the Qt Phone booth not only provides a free space for phone calls but pushes the boundaries of how the users go beyond that and make use of the cabin.

The ‘on the QT’ office phone booth has proven to be an incredibly popular space for quick private calls instead of using entire meeting rooms, corridors, stairwells or worse still pacing around the office and annoying their colleagues.

The market has shown that staff love phone booths a little too much and have been abusing the ‘quick call’ function and are staying in them for long periods… an hour plus, even half a day.

This valuable market research has led Orangebox to develop On the QT Phone Booths around not making them as small as possible and uncomfortable but rather stretching the cabin space out a little to create a perfect balance between quick calls and spending longer focus time inside.

Throughout the development process of the Orangebox On the QT Phonebooth, attention to detail was paid to the intuitive use, comfort, function and cleanliness. Referred to as Touchpoints within the phone booths, these elevate the user experience and create a comfortable space to take calls or work undisturbed. Things you wouldn’t expect will make you smile when noticed.

Starting with the beautifully crafted wooden door handle, smooth to the touch invites you to open the door and step inside.

The ‘Stand’ On the QT Phone Booth with curved leaning pad, naturally invites the occupant to lean, while the ‘Sit’ versions comfortable soft work seating with soft arm pad lets the user rest their elbow when on calls or thinking.

The work shelf offers enough space for note-taking, and room for your favourite devices such as your phone or tablet while on the move.

Hard, nonporous touch surfaces have been minimised for easy cleaning and disinfection. While plenty of porous fabrics and felt help reduce noise levels and frequency. Recent studies have shown ‘on surface’ virus viability, and transferability from materials is lower compared to nonporous surfaces such as plastic, laminate, glass and stainless steel.*

With Orangebox On the Qt Booth form does follow function. The design delivers a high level of speech privacy through its structure, door and the angled phonebooth or ‘Kink’. The booth features high levels of acoustic insolation, achieved through innovative sound blocking and sound absorbent cassette walls. Another way the QT phone booth solves privacy is by the super-rigid doorframe that maintains a consistent seal all around.

You may have been wondering why the angled side on the booth? The internal angled face helps bounce and reflects sound down and away, similar to a recording studio, minimising audible reverb. At the same time, the ‘kink’ – enhances acoustic privacy through the air gap between booths when placing them side-by-side

The QT Booths provide air circulation, lighting and power, all of which are correctly positioned. Integrated and hidden from view, the interior lighting focuses on the work shelf, while the airflow is directed onto the user for a haptic sensation, enhancing cooling while at work.

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