BBJ 787 and BBJ 777X designs to be displayed by Greenpoint Technologies


Design concepts for the BBJ 787 and BBJ 777X will be showcased by Greenpoint Technologies at EBACE 2019, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 21-23, 2019. Among the designs on display will be the VVIP BBJ 787-8 Aniq concept (pictured above), which is shortlisted in the private jet design concept category of the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2019.

“Our design team aimed to create a contemporary, functional interior design with luxuries expected at the highest end of private aircraft travel or those of a world-class hotel,” said Annika Wicklund, design director at Greenpoint. “The team drew inspiration from Middle Eastern cultures and incorporated modern arabesque details. Inspired by nature’s remarkable and calming beauty, florals are used throughout the interior to soften the palette and put passengers at ease. Our client appreciates the delicate floral curves juxtaposed with simplistic geometric patterns. The result is a spacious, serene and inviting interior.”

BBJ 777-8 interior, courtesy of The Boeing Company. Interior design by Greenpoint Technologies

The BBJ 777X Lotus interior (pictured above) will also be displayed. The design team drew inspiration from Asian Pacific cultures, incorporating celestial and organic elements. The interior features a lounge, media room, library, private suite, relaxation room and master suite.

The BBJ 787-9 Azure concept (pictured below) will also be displayed, in the form of a 1/20th-scale model. The Azure features an expansive lounge accentuated by the BBJ 787’s open architecture and large windows, a formal dining/conference room, a master suite with private office, two guest suites and a spa-serenity room. The Azure interior received the Society of British International Design Award in 2015 and the 17th Annual Northwest Design Exotic Retreats Award in 2017.

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