Hako Meeting

Hako Meeting

by Dymitr Malcew

Privacy of conversations and good working conditions- the Hako Meeting pods allow us to create comfortable and universal spaces. Depending on the user’s needs the pod can become a large phone booth or a meeting place of 2-4 people. It’s a space dedicated to quiet work, important conversations and brainstorming. Automatic lighting and quiet ventilation system ensure optimal working conditions, while eliminated floor facilities cable management and system configuration. The Hako Meeting pod ensures boosted concentration and privacy of discussions; it’s an alternative to conference and meeting rooms.


wheelchair accessible

automatic lighting

efficient ventilation system

easy cable management

adjustable ventilation speed

Hako Meeting

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2225x1400mmW:2225mm D:1400mm H:2341mm
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2347x1400mmW:2347mm D:1400mm H:2283mm + €1,905.02 €1,280.00 gross
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Anthracite semi-matt ral 7043
Light grey semi-matt ral 7044
Red semi-matt ral 3016
M-68005 dark olive
M-68115 green
M-61002 beige
M-67053 dark blue
M-66008 grey
M-65011 Grey-violet
M-68005 dark olive
M-68115 green
M-61002 beige
M-67053 dark blue
M-66008 grey
M-65011 Grey-violet
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Two sofas + table + €4,546.76 €3,055.00 gross
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€14,391.86 €9,670.00 gross
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Delivery time: 4-5 weeks
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Dymitr Malcew

I’m inspired by things that happen on the periphery and at the intersection of disciplines, cultures and experiences. Regardless of the scale, form or style of the product, designing “experiences” is always the priority. Frame, material and detail is a form of communication with the user.

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