Priestmangoode TAM First Class Cabins Make Flyers Feel at Home

 - Dec 6, 2012
References: priestmangoode & dezeen
Those flying to Brazil are going to want to keep an eye out for the new Priestmangoode TAM first class. The British design firm has given the first class cabins of Brazilian airline TAM a complete makeover. Priestmangoode wanted to make flyers feel more like they were at home as opposed to on a plane.

The design of the Priestmangoode TAM first class is different from that of other first class cabins. The designers put a focus on creating a "family" feel. The seats are lined with soft fabric and there are sofas that sit across from the seats. This was done so that family members could face each other while flying. While it's unlikely that entire families will elect to fly first class, the likelihood of that happening could be increased thanks to the Priestmangoode TAM first class redesign.