Morph: a bold seating concept for flexible air travel
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Because the back of the seat is fixed in place, the seat in front of you will never be reclined. "The semantics of the architecture and visual cues indicate that the back of the seat belongs to the passenger facing it," explains the firm. There are also fold-out sections that extend the width of armrests, which Seymourpowell says increases a passenger's sense of independence and control over their own space.The concept of static seats and the suggestion that they will provide a more pleasant flight experience is interesting, but it's not mind-blowing. Where Morph comes into its own is in the flexibility of its design.