SnapCab Work+

  • Prize
    Winner in Office furniture
  • Company/Firm
  • Designer
    Glenn Bostock
  • Lead Designer(Other)
    Kyle Mullin, John Richards, Trevor Melia, Charles Hunter, Paul Marsala
  • Photo Credit
    Carla Bostock
  • Location
    Kingston, Ontario
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Find a peaceful space to focus while remaining visible and connected to your team with the SnapCab Work+. This pod is designed to offer it's user an optimal work experience: a concentrated quiet space within, but with the visibility and opportunity to easily connect with co-workers.

The design flexibility of the Work+ allows you to choose from a variety of panels, finishes, and colors creating a 'Space To Be You.' Standard transparent glass doors keep your workspace inviting while users benefit from the continuous fresh air exchanges within. Wall panel finishes and graphics can be updated, and casters make it easy to relocate the workspace. Our product is built to be a long-lasting investment that can adapt with your changing needs.

For over 35 years, SnapCab has been a leader in developing architectural products that are flexible, high quality and safe to use in a variety of environments. SnapCab Workspace offers a flexible "Kit of Parts" that is designed with a customizable frame, panels, finishes, colors, furniture, accessories and more. These isolated pods for the open are moveable, simple to clean, and can be combined with the SnapCab Connects walls to transform any workplace.

Other prizes
SnapCab was recognized by Fast Company's World Changing Ideas in 2021. Two SnapCab products, the Care and Meet 2 pods, were named DNA Paris Design Award Winners in 2021. SnapCab's development of new products to help people during the pandemic gained the attention of Export Development Canada, which chose SnapCab and two other companies out of 15,000 clients to be featured in a national advertising campaign called Business as Unusual.