Allermuir to Exhibit at Passenger Terminal Expo 2016
Allermuir will be exhibiting their latest developments in transport terminal furniture at the prestigious Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne next month. Taking centre stage among their designs on display will be their successful and innovative seating solution, Destination, designed by Jonathan Prestwich. Destination was designed to increase comfort and productivity at transport terminals. Research was undertaken by global architectural leaders within the Aviation and Transportation sector to design a solution that caters for passengers’ needs today and in the future.
With multi country power outlets and USB jacks alongside more indulgent options including secluded upholstered screens for peace and privacy, Destination is the next step in developing transport terminal space. Brand new features being showcased at this year’s Passenger Terminal Expo include privacy screen partitions, new PU seat colour options, upholstered seat options and integrated disabled access.
Vee, a new addition to Allermuir’s collaborative seating range, will be making its Passenger Terminal Expo debut. Inspired by first class seating on aeroplanes, Allermuir and Chicago based Q Design partnered to break the concept down to its basic elements, creating a product that supports both interaction and collaboration, whilst supporting different postures and tasks. The result was a simplistic and inviting form that enables and supports different positions, allowing a sense of enclosure, all the while maintaining space to engage with others and collaborate.
Henge, also designed for Allermuir by Q Design, is a stylish new approach to the classic club and tuxedo lounge chair. Combining a clean and simple modular design with meticulous attention to detail, Henge is perfect for business class lounges. These latest designs will be featuring alongside Allermuir classics including Lola by Wolfgang C. R. Mezger and Conic by PearsonLloyd.
Visit Allermuir at stand 8035, Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne between 15-17 March 2016.