The ventilation in Space-in-Space boxes
Cooler, fresh air
Cooler, fresh air entering the box through a labyrinth of passages at the bottom of the walls pushes the warm air up. This circulation is what constantly refreshes the air.
According to the laws of physics, the warm air molecules vibrate at a higher rate. This means that they take up more space and displace the air. In other words, warm air is less dense and therefore ‘lighter’ than cold air. This is how the cold air pushes the warm air up.
Sound insulation, fresh air and a pleasant temperature
This process can be accelerated by adjusting the ventilation to bring more fresh air into a silence booth or phone box. Patrick: ‘This is precisely what we do in the Space-in-Space collection. Our silence boxes help you to concentrate on your work. And sound insulation is not the only factor in play here!’
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