This Desk With A ‘Nap Station’ Built Into It Should Be In Every Office In America–By Law

I’ve been saying it for YEARS (aka just yesterday in a post), that naps should be not only encouraged, but mandatory in offices all over the country. When we had nap time in kindergarten, think of all the shit we were able to accomplish afterwards–building forts, and a couple more forts, and fuck literally all I did in kindergarten was build forts.

How many forts have you built at your high-paying job? I’d guess one less than one.

To hammer the point home, here’s an excerpt from my previous post:

As tax-paying Americans, we deserve a little post-lunch naps. We wonder why our economy is in the shitter when the American people have trained themselves to sleep with their eyes open while looking at an idle Excel spreadsheet from the hours of 2-4 pm.

Not sure if you bros have heard of a small mom and pop company called GOOGLE, but they have nap pods, and look what they’ve achieved–they can finish the name of the pornstar I’m searching for with barely a clue (‘T’ = Oh, this degenerate is searching for ‘Tori Black’ again). Amazing.

A design studio in Greece (gotta start somewhere) called Studio NL, has heard my call and has provided a solution.

The innovative architectural studio has created a work desk complete with a nap pod below and my eyes are getting heavier just looking at it.

The studio told archilovers:

The main concept was to comment on the fact that many times our lives are “shrinking” in order to fit into the confined space of our office. This desk could be used for a siesta or for a few hours of sleep at night on those days when someone struggles to meet deadlines.

Current status:


[h/t Metro]

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.