Business class continues to be reinvented, redefined, and pushed towards extraordinary—with some designs outshining others. The one we’re referring to is the new Space X business class seat, designed by Jamco and Satoshi Wada, a Japanese designer. The two have created a conceptual business class seat called ‘Space X’ that can be converted into a lounge, a meeting room, a dining room and a double bed. Nope, this is definitely not an apartment.

Perfect for couples traveling together, the Space X business class seat is designed to be a flexible and unique space where you can work, eat, sleep and relax. So you can have a business meeting and take a power nap at the same time!

This layout can convert three suites in one row, which airlines could sell as single or double rooms. This works great for larger families—no one will have to be separated!

Jamco came up with a few different designs for the Space X business class seat, which will debut in 2018. One of the designs features the ability to incorporate neighboring suites to become a larger suite that can fit four people in a dining room setting (image below).

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Another design involves the combination of two suites that an airline can convert into a lounge area for first and business class passengers to hangout in.

Regardless of which option the airline will go with, each suite offers you a 40 inch ultra-HD 4K screen TV with LED lighting above you. The LED lights can be programmed and customized to your liking throughout the flight.

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(Image source: Australian Business Traveller)

You can also enjoy additional amenities such as directional speakers, wireless charging system for all your devices, and a humidifier on the wall, so you’ll never feel uncomfortable during your flight. Sounds quite luxurious! We definitely cannot wait to see which airline you’ll be able to experience the Space X business class seats. Can you guess what airline will take up this design? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

spacexconcept(Image source: Australian Business Traveller)

This article first appeared on Australian Business Traveller.