Caselle International Airport

In 2019 Caselle Airport reopened after a long period of renovation.  An intensive and inspiring project, for a new travelling experience, where relax and comfort are the true protagonists. Every detail was studied in order to transform any moment of the journey into a memorable time, whether it’s a welcome or a good-by. Sagat selected Poltrona Frau Custom Interiors for the 800 seating places of its new Arrivals/Departures Terminal.

In this context, the choice of Poltrona Frau, is perfectly coherent. In fact, Poltrona Frau Custom Interiors has built an extensive experience in airport seating, having provided in the last years, several international airports throughout the world. Their products satisfy the highest standards in terms of safety, durability and aesthetic/ergonomic design.

Caselle Airport is the first Italian project for the new and innovative Aetos system by studio EOOS, already in use in several international airports, like Narita Airport in Tokyo.

Aetos is characterized by a top technological functionality, with incorporated charging slots, that allow to recharge any type of device without using adaptors.  In this way, travellers can work, listen to their favourite music, connect their smartphones or simply relax. 

Aetos system is the perfect balance between a strong personality and great comfort. A drawn aluminium structure individually sustains the seats, tables and armrests. Aetos system is available in various types of wood, integral polyurethane and metal. The seating can be entirely or partially upholstered with Pelle Frau® leather, and tinted in any colour desired, according to the design project.

Aetos system is the perfect solution for any project, where design, comfort, connectivity and flexibility must reach the highest standards.

Turin, Italy

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EOOS
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