Designed by Adam Goodrum, the Air-Liner outdoor furniture consists of standout, paper-thin sunloungers.
Made from sheet metal, the Air-Liner sunloungers are absolutely sleek looking. The lounger sits on stiletto-like metal legs which you can barely see, making the loungers' bodies look like they're floating on air. It also has an armrest which acts as a mini side table too. The Air-Liner outdoor furniture looks too good to sit in.
Implications - In today's society, a large number of consumers often choose to invest in a product based on its appearance as opposed to its functionality. Businesses would thus be wise to pay special attention to the ways in which their products are perceived by others. Products that meet both aesthetic and functional demands will see great returns.
Paper Thin Air-Liner Outdoor Furniture Floats on Air
1. Sleek Outdoor Furniture - There is an opportunity to disrupt the outdoor furniture industry by creating paper-thin and visually appealing sunloungers with hidden functional features.
2. Minimalist Design - Design innovation can open up a new market for minimalist outdoor furniture that resembles a floating thin platform with a mini side table for armrests.
3. Lightweight Furniture - A growing trend towards lightweight furniture presents an opportunity to create comfortable loungers that are effortless to move and position outdoors.
1. Outdoor Furniture - This trend could benefit manufacturers looking to create novel designs that meet the aesthetic and functional demands of consumers in the outdoor furniture industry.
2. Luxury Goods - This trend presents an opportunity for luxury brands to provide high-end sunloungers that incorporate delicate design features with functional capabilities.
3. Interior Design - Businesses can experiment with these designs for interior lounges or multipurpose space, creating a futuristic look by introducing minimalist yet comfortable design for their clients.