Little details matter. For example, AIM Altitude produced a stunning concept bar and galley for its industry’s flagship exhibition. The bar and galley configuration was designed, engineered and built, by AIM Altitude’s own team of highly skilled craftsmen and women, to be able to feature in a commercial aircraft cabin.
The interior allowed visitors to consider ‘the art of the possible’, showcasing the potential of airworthy design and engineering. It brought together technical innovations, engineering advances and new manufacturing processes – like the vertically-sliding video screen, which cleverly secures bar-top bottles and glasses for take-off and landing.
A closer look shows just what level of detail was considered: even the bottled water is branded with the AIM Altitude logo. Whilst the large-scale monuments will headline events like the Aircraft Interiors Exhibition, it is often the small details that catch the eye and will remain in the mind of the busy visitor.