Monocle on Design

Up in the air

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7 July 2020

Episode 456

30 minutes


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We talk airplane interiors with Adam White, director of Factorydesign, and ask journalist Anthony Paletta why airports are designed with short-haul in mind. Plus: we jet off to Helsinki for an exhibition that celebrates the capacity of travel to broaden our horizons. All aboard.

7 July 2020

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Factorydesign

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Monocle’s Nic Monisse caught up with Adam White, founder of aeronautical interiors firm Factorydesign, to discuss the future of seats, trims and finishes in airplane cabins.

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Chapter 2

9 minutes


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Chapter 2

Future-proofing airports

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Why are airports are so vulnerable to change? And how can they future-proof themselves? Design and architectural journalist Anthony Paletta has a few ideas.

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Chapter 3

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Chapter 3

‘Travel as a Tool’

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Petri Burtsoff meets the curator and one of the designers of the Helsinki exhibition, ‘Travel as a Tool’, to discuss the ways in which traveling can affect design.

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