Galleys and Lavatories of the aircraft of the future… some new concepts you shall have a look of!
Imagine the whole interior space of an airplane: what could we do in there? How many different layouts can you imagine?
Starting from the pain points, matching them with the main trends we investigated, designers are sketching a few new ways of conceiving the aircraft’s spaces.
The challenge for aircraft and airports is to get synchronized so that passengers’ experience can adapt as their preferences shift and evolve.
The nature that surrounds us instinctively grows, changes, uses resources to create and re-create always something useful. Humans should learn from it in order to live better.
When it comes to traveling, we cannot say it is environment friendly, but airlines can manage to reduce the impact of it.
Nowadays defining luxury is quite difficult, because we are able to access to great services, with affordable costs.
The more we are able to customize, the more we are keen to satisfy very specific needs. Elderly, children, people with disabilities, pet owners (…) may find some difficulties when traveling.
Our project ambition is to address the main pain points of traveling, in order to transform the in-between moment of the trip into a desirable, complete time. Sleeping issues, noise reduction and space will be our project focus.
It’s a hyper-qualitative market research which main purpose is to identify major innovations emerging globally. It has to deal with every market industry, not only aircrafts, which makes it super interesting as long as it features people insights, ideas and latent needs that eventually may be applied to our research as well.