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  • Breakout pods tackle workplace stress
  • Breakout pods tackle workplace stress
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Breakout pods tackle workplace stress

Ever sat at your desk so stressed that you want to scream, kick and throw your laptop out of the window? Recognising the worrying levels of workplace strain, Dutch architecture and design studio UNStudio is creating pods where workers can unwind in any way they want.

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