Airport design: The place where the experience starts
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Posted: 11 April 2022 | Green Furniture Concept | No comments yet
Whether working with a blank canvas or retrofitting a terminal, we will help you bring a comfortable experience from check-in to gate.
Whether working with a blank canvas or retrofitting a terminal, we will help you bring a comfortable experience from check-in to gate. Taking passenger satisfaction as our starting point, we create places that make the travel experience easy to enjoy. Our designs combine placemaking with public space furniture to make navigation feel natural, even intuitive. We can direct passenger flow, taking travellers through commercial areas on their way to the gate. Our seamless seating designs can keep groups together, yet allow required distances between individual travellers too.
Rethink the airport as a destination
Furniture is a vital aspect of placemaking and can create architectural impact while being attuned to the individual story of a place. Let the airport experience be part of the journey, not only a place for passengers to “pass through.” A place where the experience starts. A place with added value for the passengers. A connection to the world.
Placemaking for passenger satisfaction and revenue
We’re setting new standards to airports by creating including and comfortable waiting areas with tailored, modular solutions that increase passenger satisfaction significantly. A study from ACI World shows that an increase of one per cent in the global passenger satisfaction mean generates an average growth of 1.5 per cent in non-aeronautical revenue.
“We managed to keep passengers much longer in the commercial area and belief that was a great factor in sales increase,” said Gunnhildur Vilbergsdóttir, Commercial Manager at Keflavik International Airport.
Placemaking makes airports smarter
Seating areas with seamlessly embedded IoT systems can restore passenger confidence and boost airport revenues. Green has recognised the potential for making it possible to bring IoT directly to the passenger experience and make it part of a safe and seamless journey.
Airport construction and design, Non-aeronautical revenue, Passenger experience and seamless travel, Passenger volumes