Those who know their airliners will recognise the DC-6 as one of the last aircraft of the golden days of aviation before it became all doors to manual and M&S sandwiches. Presented with an original plane which had seen service during the Berlin airlift, we applied a stripped-back aesthetic from the 1960s, punctuated by infusions of Mad Men and Ken Adams. Plus Sean Connery’s tailoring. If we could will this into the air and off the runway / drawing board, it would already be cruising at 30,000 feet. The only way to fly in style, taking in some mountain views and then the Cote d’Azur perhaps.