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MojoDesk creates a new solution for managing open office distractions

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MojoDesk creates a new solution for managing open office distractions

The MojoDome allows for a private work space while also maintaining a collaborative environment.

By David Malone, Managing Editor | July 9, 2021
MojoDome in sit and stand options
MojoDome in sit and stand options

MojoDome, the newest offering from MojoDesk, is a new adjustable privacy pod and standing desk bundle meant to help ease the return of employees to the open office.

With a footprint that is the same as a typical open office desk, the electric sit-to-stand MojoDome doesn’t require extra space or buildouts to use. MojoDome can be used for both sitting and standing and is raised or lowered via a button on the front of the desk. The commercial-grade frame accommodates a height range from 4’11” to 6’6”.


MojoDomes in an office setting


The desk features a privacy dome that can also be raised or lowered at the touch of a button. The dome can adjust from fully overhead, to partially raised, to a simple panel divider. When fully raised, the dome offers a spacious workspace that is lit from overhead with LED lighting. Lighting is turned on and off via a sensor. Touching and holding the sensor allows for the lighting to be dimmed to the user's preference.

When raised, the dome also absorbs sound from going out or coming in to create a more private environment for the single employee and the office at large. The curved acoustical panels eliminate echo for superior sound quality during phone calls and video conferences. In order to achieve this, the dome is made of 12mm, 100% polyester fiber. As each dome absorbs sound, the more MojoDomes an office has, the quieter the environment will become.


MojoDome lighting control


Additionally, in today’s age of social distancing, MojoDome also acts as a sneeze guard and contributes to office social distancing efforts.

MojoDome is offered in 12 options of desktop finishes and each desk is manufactured in MojoDesk’s Denver factory with UL Greenguard certified 3D laminate to help contribute to a healthy work environment. Each desk features a magnetic cable management system to prevent trip hazards and provide a clean, minimalistic look. Optional upgrades include matching mobile storage cabinets, side tables, and electric solutions.

Pricing for MojoDome starts at $2,999.99.


MojoDome magnetic cable management


MojoDome controls

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