Airline Seating Concept Asks Travelers To Pay For Space, Not Seats [Pics]

Airline Seating Concept Asks Travelers To Pay For Space, Not Seats [Pics]

Morph uses fabric and foam to create a customizable seat that could improve economy travel.

Ross Brooks
  • 14 november 2013

If there is one issue with economy class that stands out above all the rest, it’s the distinct lack of space for nearly every part of your body. To try and encourage ideas that could change that, British design firm Seymourpowell has created a seating concept called Morph. It allows the size of individual seats to be altered, meaning each passenger can have a seat designed just for them.

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