If you’ve ever missed a flight or been delayed you’re familiar with camping out in an uncomfy plastic seat using your luggage as pillow. It’s utterly miserable. If airports were equipped with an “aDream” system, however, your delay might seem less like a hindrance and more like a mini vacation!
aDream is a steel frame covered with plywood and melamine paper to fit in a variety of different spaces such as lounges or hallways. Each side has a mattress, a light, a drawer and a power socket. For privacy, users can pull a set of curtains to enclose the room. For access, users may purchase a key card for a designated time period. In between users, the unit is cleaned and receives fresh, new sheets for the next user to enjoy.
Designer: Rafael Martin