ACJ319 concept incorporating Limoges porcelain unveiled by ACJC


Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) has designed a modern ACJ319 cabin concept, Kaolin, with finishes including an alveolar Limoges porcelain floor in the bathroom. The floor mixes white and mirror-effect pieces to produce subtle light fluctuations.

The concept was created by ACJC’s Creative Design Studio, led by Sylvain Mariat, based on customers’ requests and needs. It is characterized by curved lines and white tones. “With this interior we want to offer the perfect balance between modernity, originality and fluidity to match customers’ expectations and lifestyles,” said Mariat.

Intended for 19 passengers, the Kaolin concept features a five-seat crew-rest zone, a dining area including club-four and club-two seating, and a lounge area with a majlis meeting area. There follows a VIP zone with six individual mini suites, and a master bedroom with a club-seat integrated into the sideledge, plus an en-suite bathroom.

The six individual suites are equipped with convertible seats and dedicated storage. They are arranged around a curving corridor. “Our objective was to create aestheticism which optimizes the living space,” said Mariat. “The integration of a cylindrical sliding bar and evolutive, clover-shaped, low table in the lounge area strengthened this.”

The cabin also features American white oak, a hammered 18-carat white gold bathroom sink, and IFEC technologies including Ka-band and HD AVOD.

May 26, 2016

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