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PriestmanGoode
150 Great Portland Street
London W1W 6QD
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel.: +44 20 7580 3444
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Email: studio@priestmangoode.com
Website: www.priestmangoode.com
Contact:
Associate Director: Kirsty Dias studio@priestmangoode.com Tel.: +44 20 7580 3444
PriestmanGoode is a global leader in aviation design and brand experience. Over the years, our award-winning London and China-based studio has designed interiors for airlines and manufacturers alike, including Airbus, Boeing, Air France, Swiss International Airlines, Lufthansa, United Airlines, Thai Airways International, Qatar Airways and many more.

From aircraft interiors, airports, public transport and high speed trains to hotels and consumer products, our diverse portfolio enables us to draw from our experience across different sectors to deliver new innovations. This unique way of thinking has led us to become brand and innovation partners with a number of leading companies around the world and fuels our future concept work.

Using design as a strategic tool to transform businesses, we use our unique global viewpoint to deliver solutions that are tailored to place airline brands and cultures on the world stage, helping our clients achieve holistic brand experiences and customer loyalty.

Our designs are about people: from end users to maintenance staff, they are used by millions every year. We’re interested in how things work and how to improve them. We believe great design should be simple, elegant, intuitive, easy to maintain and efficient to manufacture.

Our company is steeped in the tradition of great British design, but our experience over the years, our interest in the new and our ambition to redefine expectations of great aviation design has led us to become leaders in our field. We define future trends and are at the forefront of global design today.

PriestmanGoode has designed new aircraft cabin interiors for Swiss International Air Lines. The designs, which will be implemented on the flag carrier’s fleet of Boeing 777-300ER aircraft include First Class, Business Class, monuments, galleys, entrances as well as consulting on trim and finish in Economy Class.

The new designs are a natural evolution of those award-winning cabins and aim to provide passengers with an enhanced version of the previous seat with more space, storage and privacy whilst maintaining key elements of the brand identity.