Next time you find yourself traveling through Russia, don't worry about finding a last minute place to sleep if you get laid over. That's because Russian architects from the Arch Group recently created the Sleepbox, a 1.4m wide, 2m deep and 2.3m high sleeping chamber for you to rest in. The purpose of the Sleepbox is to provide travelers with a few comforts and amenities one would have at home or the hotel. Plug your laptop or cell phone into a slew of available chargers, store your luggage under the bed, or use the built in media block or Wi-Fi router to keep you busy until your flight arrives. This is pretty awesome considering how terrible airports can be. Look for the Sleepbox popping up in railroad stations and airports a lot more in the near future. [Dezeen]


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