A cabin designed to take a nap at the airport

You are at the airport, and you have to wait several hours before you can finally catch your plane. Unfortunately, you are tired and impossible to rest. Rafael Martin is a designer who has imagined "Adream", a cabin specially designed to take a nap at the airport.

These futuristic cabins can unfold two beds that allow to lie down while waiting for a flight, for example. A roof can also isolate passersby to sleep in peace. Unfortunately, this is only a concept, but it could inspire airports and airlines who wish to offer more comfort to their customers.

Video: In the napcab - the sleeping cabin at the Munich Airport (November 2019).