Brazilian carrier TAM prioritized comfort in its latest redesign with upholstered sofas and wardrobes.

TAM Airlines is offering its passengers a “home away from home” experience in its First Class Cabin. The cabin has comfort and coziness in mind, with sofas replacing footstools so that small groups can sit facing each other, as they would in their own homes. The extra-wide seats are upholstered with soft fabrics, and there are even wardrobes lined with leather and suede to provide each passenger a personal area in which to store their luggage, coats, etc.

Design studio Priestmangoode came up with the re-design for the Brazilian national air carrier. Not only is the First Class Cabin upgraded, but the studio has also developed new interiors for the economy and Space Plus cabins. The new designs are being rolled out across TAM's entire fleet of Boeing 777 aircrafts.

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