British designer Mark Berryman typically works on yachts, but his latest project takes to the skies, literally. This luxury private jet interior not only has a zen-like bedroom, complete with floor accent lighting, but just about everything you’d expect from a penthouse suite.
How did this idea come about? Well, he partnered with Boeing Business Jets to come up with two luxurious layouts for the BBJ 737, with the first one for private use, while the second targeted at corporate clients. The goal was to convey a soft warm feeling using subtle Asian-style accents and many personal touches, including an owner’s suite, office workspace, separate bedroom as well as a spacious bathroom.
- Features a bonsai tree model with a rectangular pot and a slatted wood-effect stand, made of LEGO elements, designed for adults
- Includes interchangeable pieces so you can style the artificial plant with classic green leaves or vibrant pink cherry blossom blooms
- Both sets of leaves can be custom arranged, creating an eye-catching, pretty unique display piece to adore in any home or office
I always think it’s a good thing when new people come into the field. Even with yachts, there’s still a learning process. The question became whether you could come up with clever ways to solve the problems. Most of what we saw when we looked around were very high-tech, sleek designs. They look great, but it’s not necessarily something you want for a 14- or 15-hour flight. We wanted people to feel like they could relax and put their feet up,” said Berryman.