Hella Jongerius designed the cabin interior of the KLM Boeing 787 Dreamliner for both economy and business class, continuing the partnership that began with the design of the World Business Class interior of KLM’s Boeing 747 in 2011. This is the setting for the launch of Dutch designer Hella Jongerius’ latest project, a redesigned interior for the business-class cabins of Dutch airline KLM. Colour Machine. 2. Hella Jongerius with designers Edith Van Berkel and Arian Brekveld, Cabin interior scale model, image by Marcus Gaab, Overview of the class dividers, old and new, Seat covers, accessories, carpet and class dividers. Die bekannte niederländische Designerin Hella Jongerius entwarf die Kabinenausstattung. That requires a smart balance between pragmatic engineering and subjective, individual desires. As you move in closer, more and more details become visible, and an image gradually appears: a large group of passengers viewed from the air. The dot, which has become part of Jongerius’s signature style, recurs in many elements of the interior, creating a soft, diffuse look. The cocoon-like business-class seats offer dynamic cabin views. These large colour fields in the upholstery also serve a practical purpose, showing which economy seats are in the comfort zone. The embroidered zigzag line on the back of each seat is a bright and tactile detail that creates visual unity. Polder Sofa and Polder Compact. Passengers can adjust the sides to varying positions, breaking up the uniformity of the cabin and creating a lively atmosphere. Through the technique of colour blocking, the long lines of the seat backs are interrupted to make the cabin view more dynamic. Jongerius’s design is focused entirely on the passenger experience. KLM Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 3. 787 economy class bulkhead @ Inga Powilleit. In parallel with her research on traveller experience, Jongerius also investigated KLM’s unique identity, an integral part of Dutch cultural heritage. KLM World Business Class. KLM pinboard at Jongeriuslab. We must therefore rethink the opportunities provided to air travellers. In other words: a little dreary. Vitra colour and material library. Cabin interior scale model, image by Marcus Gaab. Why shouldn’t airlines open the door to the opposite of the traditional experience, inviting their passengers to use their extra time for rest and relaxation? Re-interpretation of the Tea Trolley for Artek. Cocoon. Landscape. Air travellers often feel like insignificant cogs in a well-oiled machine, where every seat is identical except for the number. Together with KLM specialists, she focused on the comfort of each passenger to create individual spaces and a warmer, more friendly atmosphere on board. 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