Sektor drops cones of silence with Hush acoustic pods

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Sektor drops cones of silence with Hush acoustic pods

Distributor Sektor has expanded its office furniture portfolio by taking on Hush acoustic pods.

Hush is a range of modular acoustic work pods designed for either taking phone calls, focusing on tasks or for holding meetings in an open office environment. It is manufactured by Poland-based smart office vendor Mikomax Smart Office.

The distribution agreement covers both Australia and New Zealand.

Sektor Australia senior product manager Gavin Blakelock said Hush will satisfy demand from businesses that use open plan offices or co-working spaces, but still want to provide private spaces without building new rooms.

Hush pods in action. 

Sektor offers three variants of the Hush pods:

  • Hush Phone - a phone booth for private, non-disruptive calls
  • Hush Work - a private, quiet desk space for workers who need to get their head down and focus
  • Hush Meet - meeting rooms for up to 10 people so meetings don’t distract colleagues

The distie said the range would be ideal for a number of use cases, like architects looking to modernise older office spaces, retail banks and other financial institutions, government offices and for telehealth, i.e. remote consultations with doctors.

Sektor Australia general manager Cameron Arnold said, “The Hush pod products are a great complement to our existing office and ergonomic range. Helping our partners to deliver the best possible client solutions is what Sektor is all about, and adding Hush pods to our portfolio is another step on that journey.”

Sektor's other office furniture (listed under its "Ergonomics" division) include products from Humanscale, Ergonomic Solutions and Atdec.

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