How KLM’s Boeing Dreamliners Dreamt Up Their Furniture

How KLM’s Boeing Dreamliners Dreamt Up Their Furniture

A Hungarian designer builds a home out of a metal tube in the clouds

Leo Lutero
  • 7 march 2016

Industrial is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you step inside a plane’s cabin. The seats are made of hard, cold materials and the fabric is often in a sad pattern that’s too neutral to evoke any feeling at all. By tapping creative Hella Jongerius, KLM wants to be different. They wanted the furniture designer to bring emotion and the feel of ‘home’ to the airline’s first Boeing Dreamliners.

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