Posted on: 05 December 2018 by Alexander Preston
AIM Altitude has delivered a series of front-row monuments (FRMs) for EVA Air’s business-class environment.
Keeping in line with the business-class concept and design intent conceived by BMW’s Designworks. the FRMs comprise three furniture units, each with its own worktop space and provision for IFE monitors. The centre unit carries an illuminated branding panel.
There is lighting in all compartments and footwells, while the outboard monuments each include a full-height closet for stowage of safety and crew items.
Helena Teichrib, industrial designer for AIM Altitude in New Zealand, said, “EVA Air wanted a modern and elegant business-class cabin with this new seat and FRM design, putting them in line with the design of the top-tier airlines. It is a bold and maybe even somewhat masculine design. We worked hard to fulfil the design concept, with large machined and moulded parts, making sure the FRMs are a perfect extension to the business-class seats.”
The EVA Air logo is lit by a flush light lens which was required to be machined so it would fit into the metal cut-out like a puzzle piece.
Project manager for AIM Altitude, Dominic Norian, added, “This has been a truly global project, with the initial business-class design concept by Designworks in California, the industrial design and engineering work for the FRMs carried out by AIM Altitude in New Zealand, and the manufacture undertaken by AIM Altitude Cabin Interiors in Bournemouth, UK. The final result is a perfect translation of the character and quality of the business class environment, in line with the customer’s vision.”