Who hasn't taken a nap in the conference room or under the desk? And why not, eh? Government think-tanks are even encouraging it. Now, a new trend in office design...

Who hasn't taken a nap in the conference room or under the desk? And why not, eh? Government think-tanks are even encouraging it. Now, a new trend in office design might mean we can all sneak 50 winks in better comfort.

Sleeping Pods are being incorporated in office designs in London with the aim that hectic staff – like lawyers – needn't have to go home and see the kids asleep/eat cold dinner when they work very late. Following the lead from other law firms like Linklaters and Freshfields, Lovells in Holborn has included five small bedrooms for workers at its new offices. Each room includes a double bed, TV, internet point and en-suite bathroom.

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