Jan Kyzlink and AeroVisto
ACC Columbia Jet Service
This interior project of a Bombardier Global 5000 was a real extraordinary complex and exciting project. It goes far beyond what one would usually expect from a business jet refurbishment. In fact, it is not a refurbishment – it is a true facelift of design language, look and feel of the entire interior. A very special novelty in this project is our cooperation with the architect JAN KYZLINK (www.kyzlink.com).
this is not just
a refurbishment –
this is a facelift!
What strikes you immediately in this Global 5000 is the completely different ambience when you enter the aft cabin area. Instead of the elegant white and gray, a warm dark blue and golden trim elements are predominant here.
unofficial – it's
time to relax.
To make the cabin’s limited space appear larger overall, Jan and his design team decided to use two interesting details. First, a mirror on the partition wall of the cabin makes the space appear larger. In addition, a special shape was designed for this mirror and the inlay on the opposite partition. The slightly asymmetrical shape deliberately breaks the prevailing curves and lines of the cabin. Together with the color combinations, this creates a more relaxed ambience in the room.
scope of work
A few days ago we already told you that we are currently implementing anextraordinary complex and exciting project at our AeroVisto manufactory.
Images, technical drawings, renderings – this was the basis for one of the most complex refurbishment projects we have been involved in to date. In addition, there were numerous e-mails and messages with a multitude of details that were to communicate the designer’s vision to us as well as possible.
During the successful acceptance of this very special Bombardier Global 5000 we had the opportunity to talk to the owner of the aircraft and his architect and designer JAN KYZLINK.
In the first part of the interview with JAN KYZLINK, we covered how cabin design decisions were made and also how the interesting mix of materials and details for the interior refurbishment of the Bombardier Global 5000 came about.
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