A Bombardier Global 6000 interior proposal, designed for a client, has been unveiled by Officina Armare. The design includes mahogany wood panels and precious materials, and takes inspiration from the Art Deco era.
The cabin is equipped for business, entertainment and relaxation. The proposal draws on inspirations from yachting to architecture and automotive design. The firm said many visually distracting elements were eliminated in creating the design. The layout incorporates spacious and functional spaces that are divided into separate zones through the use of furniture and materials.
There are three zones. The galley, cabin crew facilities and guest bathroom are all integrated in the forward area. Dining and entertaining areas occupy the second zone, which acts as the main saloon. The third zone is the owner’s private stateroom, incorporating a full master suite bedroom and bathroom with a walk-in wardrobe, plus an office area. Plentiful entertainment options and storage can also be found in the stateroom. One priority in designing the interior was to build multiple capabilities into spaces.
The design accommodates up to eight 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 features a bar with stools from Glyn Peter Machin. The bar top can be lowered and turned into a multimedia theatre, adding more flexibility for entertaining. Streamlined cream lounge seats feature navy nubuck crocodile leather details, each upholstered in fine leather to complement the hand-tufted floor covering, and echoing the exterior’s metallic paint. The proposal features Hermès leather, plus Loro Piana soft wool upholstery on the lounge sofa.
The proposal includes wide-screen TVs, DVD and Blu-ray players, wireless technologies, hidden devices and ambient lighting to suit the mood on board, and a surround sound system by Alto Aviation. The entire interior can be controlled using a smartphone app.