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Acoustic booths growing in popularity says COEL following Raspberry Pi installation

Cambridge-based design firm COEL has noticed an increase in the popularity of acoustic booths, having first installed them a couple of years ago.

Raspberry Pi Office, Hills Road. Picture: Andrew Wilkinson (42081047)
Raspberry Pi Office, Hills Road. Picture: Andrew Wilkinson (42081047)

Raspberry Pi was one of the companies for which COEL fitted the booths.

Laurie Smith, director of operations at Raspberry Pi, said: “They were quick and easy to install and are now regularly used for meetings or a quiet place to work. The design of the booths reduces the noise level, which works well in our open-plan office space. They also serve as noise-reducing dividers between banks of desks. They make a great comfortable and multifunctional addition to our office.”

Ideally suited to the new way of working, acoustic booths offer a self-contained, segregated and sound-proofed space. They come flat-packed and are erected relatively quickly. They are not required to meet building regulations and can be moved around within the workplace floor plan – a perfect solution to companies that work in open-plan areas.

They can also offer air conditioning controlled by a motion sensor, LED lighting, whiteboard panels and TVs.

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