idan noyberg + gal bulka increase flight comfort with b-tourist strip
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may 12, 2014
idan noyberg + gal bulka increase flight comfort with b-tourist strip

idan noyberg + gal bulka increase flight comfort with b-tourist strip
all images courtesy of idan noyberg and gal bulka




the ‘b-tourist’ designed by graduates of the bezalel academy of art and design in israel, idan noyberg and gal bulka is made of an elastic fabric that fits many seats sizes. after assembling the piece, it offers one their own private space to quietly eat, read a book, watch a movie and to sleep without being disturbed. the side of the material has a pocket inserted into it where one can place small items they may wish to keep close by during the flight. plastic rings are also applied along the edge, which enable the width to be easily adjusted. 


private or public


applying the strip to an airplane seat


storage space


nap time


it is still easy to interact with people on the side of the strip


private coffee break


opening the storage space


privacy for dinner time


the piece used as a full partition


it creates a comfortable place to lean and sleep


the ‘b-tourist strip’ in an airplane



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