Innovative Brands Trust Nook

Innovative companies around the world, like Disney, Adidas, Samsung, even Stanford University have selected Nook for their workspaces, campuses, stadiums and beyond. Why do they believe in Nook and What is it about these work pods that draw big names in business, education, sports, etc.?

Traditional and Open Concepts Don’t Work

Everyone is different. And diversity is GOOD! We believe these differences make our work better, our playtime better, our brainstorming better. There are other factors than just different types of brains (e.g., introvert vs extrovert, neurodiverse, autistic). There are different types of tasks (e.g., programming vs brainstorming), and different times of day (mid-morning vs immediately after lunch vs just before home time). All of these form a three-dimensional matrix of conditions, and therefore needs, from a given space.

Internationally Certified Autism Resource

Nook is a Certified Autism Resource recognized by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCESS), a body that delivers the global standard for training and certification in the areas of autism and other cognitive disorders. Its series of certifications empower professionals to be leaders in their field and improve the outcomes for the individuals they serve.

Nook Solves Space Problems

Nook tackles spaces unlike other phonebooth work pods on the market. Unlike competitors like ROOM, Framery and Poppin, Nook doesn’t feel like you’re sitting in a zoo exhibit where everyone is looking at you through the aquarium glass. It’s open enough so you feel like you’re part of the room without being isolated. Yet it’s discrete enough that you can focus on your work, conversation, game, etc.

Plus, you don’t have to run special power to them, and you don’t have to worry about fire hazards so you can put them almost anywhere. Add Nooks to empty hallways, in the lunch area, the reading nook (ahem, it’s in the name), and especially the abandoned meeting room; it can transform an underutilized space into a thriving area of productivity, relief and fun.

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