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Click the dots to discover how this concept intends to integrate lighting, shelving and temperature control into the wool structure. 

The translating structure of the seat allows us to experiment with opacity depending on the level of stretch. The wing depolys forward in private mode, obscuring the passenger but not blocking light.

The structure is held together by an underlying lightweight aluminium frame, onto which the wool ‘sock’ or knit is easily attached using a simple zipping or clipping mechanism.

The seat surface itself has integrated wadding for comfort and translates horizontally, allowing the passenger the ability to lay fully flat. The membrane design affords ergonomic benefits.

The predominant use of wool throughout the design gives the added benefits of a material that is hypoallergenic, breathable, flexible, anti-bacterial and sustainable, to name a few.

Potential integration of conductive fibers in the wool allows for further control over the inflight experience, giving passengers the ability to control the temprature of their seats.

Lights can be fitted to the underlying subframe to futher embellish the mood of the environment.

Use of wool in literature pockets as a soft and elastic band to hold the passenger’s belongings in place.

The padded leather footrest is a removable component which clips on and off during refurb.

The brushed titanium console houses the deployable meal table and has other stowage possibilities.