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The 'aDream' Unit Provides a Tranquil Place to Sleep in the Terminal

 - Oct 4, 2016
References: vimeo & homecrux
Trying to get some shuteye in the airport is no easy task, so the 'aDream' sleep pods are designed as a revolutionary way to let travelers partake in a little bit of rest. Designed by Rafael Martin, the 'aDream' is crafted from lightweight materials and features a pleasant exterior design to fit in well with airport terminal surroundings.

Whether between flights or during extended layovers, the 'aDream' could be used to take a quick nap or a full sleep, depending on the amount of time the traveler has. The unit features built-in electrical socks to let users charge smartphones and tablets as they rest.

The conceptual 'aDream' sleep pods could be implemented individually or in groups to create mini airport hotels for travelers to enjoy.