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Jet Aviation creates two widebody interior cabin designs

Posted 7 June 2013 · 1 Comment

The Jet Aviation Basel Design Studio has created two cabin interior designs for wide-body aircraft with the theme 'Timeless to Visionary'.

 
Above: The Timeless cabin design.
 
Launched at this year’s EBACE Convention in Geneva, the stunning designs were presented in 3D video and virtual reality displays at the Jet Aviation booth.

The Timeless to Visionary designs are meant to inspire customers by contrasting classic and futuristic cabin interior creations. Taking two floor plans of similar layout, the Design Studio developed two very unique design approaches to illustrate the journey in creating classic, timeless designs to more visionary design concepts that may provide a glimpse into the future of cabin interior design, particularly as aircraft manufacturers increasingly introduce lightweight airframes of composite structures.

 
Above: The Visionary cabin design.

Renderings of the two designs have been created by ACA Advanced Computer Art GmbH, along with a 3D video and a virtual reality display for clients to view and experience the Basel Design Studio’s new designs. In addition, the Basel Design Studio compiled a book for customers outlining the various considerations in producing such luxury interiors, while highlighting ideas for past, present and future interior designs in the world of private aviation.
 
“The Design Studio at Jet Aviation Basel is dedicated to the creative process in designing bespoke and unique interiors to meet and exceed customer needs and expectations,” says Elisabeth Harvey, manager of the Jet Aviation Basel Design Studio, “Whether managing the entire creative process or working in collaboration with other design houses offering design management services, we push the limits to remain ahead of the design curve to create new and inspirational designs.”

Neil Boyle, vice president of Jet Aviation Basel’s Completions Center, adds, “As specialists at integrating artistic craftsmanship with the latest airframe technologies, we are committed to developing fully functional, certifiable and unique VIP cabin interiors, whether the client prefers timeless elegance or visionary modernity.”
 
Since its first completions project in 1977 — a Convair 880M introduced at the Paris Airshow the same year — the Jet Aviation Basel Completions Center has created more than 200 cabin interiors.

The Jet Aviation Basel Design Studio was established in 2001 and currently employs 12 designers. Having created cabin interior designs for roughly 40% of the large, narrow- and wide-body aircraft it has completed, including three Boeing 747s, the Design Studio has successfully established strong working relationships with other design houses and world-renowned designers, some of whom are also specialised in VIP aircraft interior design.
 
 

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Lance Winslow

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Amazing quality and artistic elegance.

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