"Office booths have become very useful products in the office space, but due to their predefined shape and finishes, they can't be so easily integrated in the design of the office and architects tend to frequently neglect them," said chief designer Dragos Motica.
"We wanted to change that and offer them a product which can fuse seamlessly just about anywhere, like a chameleon does in nature."
The Kameleon Office Booth comes in different sizes and is customised with a panel-based system, where different coloured elements are attached to and removed from the structural frame over time.
Similarly, the interior of a pod is lined with sound-proof felt panels that are attached using magnets and can be easily replaced.
"The 'chameleonic capability' is obtained due to our patented system of changing the exterior panels, very quick and without tools," said the brand.
"This allows us to obtain different visual looks on the same structural frame – from a sober, minimalistic look to a more joyful or colorful look."
According to Askia Furniture, almost all of the Kameleon Office Booth structure is recyclable – with its main structure made from wood and chipboard, and the glass frames made from aluminium and steel.
The structure is also shipped flat-packed and designed to be quickly and easily assembled in less than 40 minutes, with only two people using four Allen keys.
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