Wood and stone flooring from F/List feature on BBJ 787

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F/List’s Wood Flooring, Stone Flooring and stone monument products are featured on a BBJ 787 that was displayed at EBACE 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 24-26. The company’s products were used in the entrance and hallway, master bathroom, dressing room and guest lavatory.

Kestrel Aviation Management defined the aircraft specification, oversaw the design, engineering, fabrication and installation of the cabin, and encouraged the completion center Greenpoint Technologies to provide F/List with the opportunity to supply its bespoke products for the 2,415ft² BBJ 787 cabin.

“F/List worked closely with Greenpoint Technologies to develop the ideal flooring and lightweight stone vanity solutions for our aircraft and, as can be seen, the results are extremely impressive,” said Stephen Vella, managing director at Kestrel Aviation Management.

The interior, which can accommodate 40 passengers, was designed by Pierrejean Design Studio Paris. It includes a forward master suite with bedroom, a lounge area and a guest cabin with first-class seating. The cabin’s brown and gray palette extends to the 216ft² of fumed oak F/List Wood Flooring, which is used in the guest lavatory, entrance and hallway.

F/List’s Stone Flooring is used in the master lavatory, which also features a dual-sink vanity with real Crema Marfil marble veneer. F/List also made stone cabinets for the dressing room and guest lavatory.

F/List built the components in its Austrian facility after first producing templates of the flooring at Greenpoint Technologies’ facility in Moses Lake, Washington. Later, F/List oversaw the final installation of the monuments and flooring at the completion center.

“We are very grateful for this unique opportunity to feature our products,” said Katharina List-Nagl, CEO of F/List. “In particular, the expansive flooring constructions with different tiling concepts were a welcome challenge for our team.”

Images: Kestrel Aviation Management

June 15, 2016

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