Aesthetic inspiration and cabin comfort come from endless sources including yachting, architecture and automotive and many visually distracting elements were eliminated while creating the interior proposal. Traditional layout is replaced by more spacious and functional spaces that are divided into separate ‘zones’ with clever the use of furniture and materials.
The proposal is divided into three zones, the galley, cabin crew facilities and guest bathroom are all neatly integrated in the forward area. With the dining and entraining areas occupying the second zone, acting as a main saloon which ensures an enjoyable experience on deck. Third zone, the owner’s private stateroom— a full master-suite bedroom and full beam bathroom with a walk-in wardrobe, plus an office area with space to get work done. Plentiful entertainment options and storage can also be found in the stateroom. During the design phase it was prioritized building multiple capabilities into spaces, to make each area more efficient.
The design accommodates up to 8 passengers. The forward lounge area features a stowable dining table that seats up to four. A second casual seating area accommodates up to three with a coffee table. The proposal is featuring a bar with stools from Glyn Peter Machin that allows passengers to feel as if they are seated in an establishment, with the added value of looking out a window at 41,000 feet. The bar top can be lowered and turned into a multimedia theater that add more flexibility for entertaining while seated.
Streamlined cream lounge seats with navy nubuck crocodile leather details, each upholstered in fine leather that complements the hand-tufted floor covering and echoes the exterior’s metallic paint. Hermès outfits cabin interiors with its classic luxurious leather, while Loro Piana outfits upholstery on superb lounge sofa with its soft wool.
The private jet will be using the latest state-of-the-art technology for guest comfort and entertainment. The proposal come equipped with wide-screen televisions, DVD and Blu-Ray players, wireless technologies, hidden devices and ambient lighting to suit the mood on board and surround sound system by ALTO Aviation. The entire interior can be controlled using a smartphone app.
The Bombardier Global 6000 is a superior long-range jet with exceptional transpacific capabilities and has a top speed of Mach 0.88 which is 528 mph, 1050 km/h. Its typical cruising speed is 902 km/h (487 mph). It achieves these speeds thanks to dual Rolls-Royce BR710A2-20 turbofan engines.