Airplane Seat Design Solves The Issue Of Shared Armrests

Airplane Seat Design Solves The Issue Of Shared Armrests
Design

The Paperclip Armrest allows two passengers to each have their own place to rest.

Kristen Nozell
  • 28 april 2014

We’ve all been there — the awkward battle with a fellow passenger for control over the too-small armrest. A concept design called the Paperclip Armrest aims to make sharing this territory as easy as possible with a dual layer configuration. The simple solution effectively doubles the space and allows two passengers to use the armrest simultaneously.

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