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How placemaking in airport interiors can enhance passenger experience, create engagement and boost retail
4 May 2022 | By Green Furniture Concept
The airport industry took a hit during the pandemic. But we also learnt a lot; namely that flexibility and being able to act fast is crucial – for the safety of the passengers.
The International Airport Online Summit which took place on 15-17 March, was a huge success. In case you missed out, we have highlighted three of key panel sessions that we think you should catch up on.
Whether working with a blank canvas or retrofitting a terminal, we will help you bring a comfortable experience from check-in to gate.
Green Furniture Concept’s sustainable modular furniture offers are increasingly in demand, due to today’s unique challenges with social distancing and hygiene under COVID-19.
“Placemaking is turning a public space from a place you can’t wait to get through, to one you never want to leave.” Fred Kent, Founder of Project for Public Spaces. "Placemaking" seems to be everywhere these days and it has become an even bigger buzzword in architecture and airport development as…
Adele Kamel from Green Furniture Concept discusses biophilic design in public spaces and the importance of passenger connection to the airport environment, specifically amidst COVID-19 recovery.
Seating areas with seamlessly embedded IoT systems can restore passenger confidence and boost airport revenues.
The future of airport furniture and how it can help to shape the passenger experience and prevent the spread of COVID-19
Adele Kamel, Head of Global Marketing, and Johan Berhin, Founder, from Green Furniture Concept discuss the future of airport furniture and how it can help to shape the passenger experience and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With wood being one of the highest trending materials, Green Furniture Concept sees it as an easy and natural choice when designing for the future.
Green Furniture is shifting public spaces away from band-aid solutions by offering design-driven social distancing measures that maintain safety without sacrificing community.
Green Furniture Concept has launched a social meeting point with space for distancing, while keeping the feeling of community.
The new Ascent Series from Green Furniture Concept launches at a small, invitation-only event at the GFC showroom in Malmö, Sweden.
Jonathan Nilsson, CEO of Green Furniture Concept, discusses how airports should implement placemaking through design.