Paul Priestman selected for The Progress 1000
PriestmanGoode has teamed up with the RCA Textiles MA course to run an external brief project. The most successful student is invited to join the CMF team at PG for work experience and to work with a visualiser and designer to realise the CMF solution in a real environment. An exhibition of the students’ presentations in the PG London showroom, Great Portland Street, opened last night and runs until 29th June 2018.
WestJet unveiled its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner ‘Spirit of Canada’ to the world and the inspiration behind the three-class cabin interior created by PriestmanGoode. The design of the in-cabin includes the airlines’ first-ever Business Class seating, as well as Premium Economy and Economy seating.
PriestmanGoode’s design of the QSuite Business Class product for the world’s leading airline Qatar Airways won the 2018 Crystal Cabin Award.
Paul Priestman launched the company’s vision of how cities in the future could be transformed by drones at the GREAT Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong (22 March 2018) where he spoke about the ‘Future of Travel’.
We wish our friends in China and around the world a happy and prosperous New Year.
Paul Priestman accompanies the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, on an official trade visit to China.
John Jervis from Icon magazine takes a look behind the doors of the PriestmanGoode studio with an in-depth interview with Paul Priestman, as public transport champion and recent recipient of London Design Festival Innovation Medal.
Paul has been appointed an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art in London. The College describes this honour as ‘an opportunity for [us] to acknowledge exceptional accomplishment and is given to persons who have made an outstanding contribution to … professional practice in one or more disciplines or professions of interest to the College, to the advancement of society in the UK or overseas or to the life and objectives of the University.’
Photo by Stephen Pover
We’re pleased to present PG x RCA — Future Materials, currently on show at our Central London headquarters. This exhibition charts the work of 14 students from the Royal College of Art who were set a brief by PriestmanGoode to develop innovative material palettes for aircraft interiors in 2050.
The brief, set by our studio’s Colour, Materials and Finishes team, asked students to consider how bespoke textile and surface design could shape a responsible cabin of the future, and to deliver materials that offer additional benefits to well-being, health and hygiene, privacy as well as cleaning and maintenance.
The results cover a vast spectrum of observations, ideas and methods, and bring a new and fresh perspective to the possibilities in future air travel environments.