Anita Silva and Leslie Borg are the two MA students that are currently in news because of their conceptual object of Icelandair. Both are studying at Central Saint Martins and this new discovery of them would have a huge impact and also encourage the commuters to get off from the bondage of their seats and invite them on a journey of lifetime.
Though, it is interesting to know that the journey is only imaginary and not real. Both the inventors are very excited about their newest invention and say that all this shall be done with the help of sensory elements inspired by Iceland and they have been packed or bundled in to tactile, supple as well as organic shape. The shape is an accurate imitation of the rocks that are picked up by designers and it works in the same way as a book which has different layers to explore.
Inside a single object all kind of senses such as sounds, visuals, scents as well as textures have been considered in order to trigger the imagination of the passengers. Though this is very much stirred by Iceland but the elements that are inside this are not instructive as well as also leaves out a big space for fantasy and creates memory that remains to the individual only. The whole set up is made to appear very strange, wild an untamed. As the person shall hold it, it would change the colors from black to the white and represent the two dominant Iceland features of Lava and Ice. The interior of the device is made with such a fabric which would disintegrate into pieces if not handled softly.
The whole project has a very simple aim and it is to prevent and preserve all the moments in which the air-travel forces all its passengers to get disconnected and then make use of this time to get inside their own entertainment system. It is basically aimed at a very simple purpose of getting away from the state of boredom. Thus this creation is fine one and considering that it is created by two school students it is even more wonderful.