Having to sit on uncomfortable airport seat for hours while waiting for a delayed flight can quickly turn any trip into a nightmare. But being stuck at the airport no longer has to be a miserable experience, thanks to a new system of airport furniture called aDream that allows passengers to relax and have a moment of much needed privacy.
Designer Rafael Martin conceived aDream as a multi-functional furniture system that fits two mattresses on each side, a light, a drawer and a powder socket, all packed into small units that can be scattered throughout airport terminals. Functioning as micro hotel rooms, these structures can be installed in a variety of different spaces such as lounges and hallways, allowing passengers to take a nap while waiting for their flight.
The steel-framed structures are covered with plywood and melamine paper and include a set of curtains that enclose the room and provide privacy. Users can “rent” the space for a designated period of time, using a key card to gain access. The units are regularly cleaned and receive new sheets in between users.
Via Yanko Design