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Airbus & BMW Projected Interiors

  • On April 26, 2006
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Airbus A350 will unveil its new A350 twinjet at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2006 exhibition in Hamburg that will feature opulent interiors by BMW. Airbus has linked with BMW Group Designworks to design a new interior on the A350. Chief engineer Dougie Hunter said, “We can project onto the ceiling whatever is appropriate for the mood required – for example the night sky or clouds etc.” Hunter says that, “a concept around the door two area has a bar area and seating for economy while the entrance area will feature a dome to give the feeling of spaciousness or openness in the cabin.

via gizmodo

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  1. Brendan May

    i am a student looking to further my education in interior architecture. i am very interested in this project, and am wondering whether this is just a concept?

  2. As far as I’m aware, it only a concept but I’d be interested to hear if its been implemented. Let me know if you hear any more Brendan?

    Oh and check out my article on the club/bar XL in New York, they used some of this technology and ideas http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/xl-new-york-desgrippes-gobe-group.html

  3. Jordan

    As in relation to the “feeling of openness in the cabin” quote, this would obviously appeal to those who are frequent flyers. This would not appeal to those who may be flying for their first time and/or have a fear of flying.

    I’d love to hear back,
    Jordan

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