The Initial Stages
Owning a large corporate jet is rarely an impulsive decision.
It begins with a thought, a vision of your cabin. The idea of travelling to distant places in the comfort of a cabin that reflects your taste, your ambitions, your style.
Now you need experts to guide you on how to best turn your concept into reality.
Working closely with our client, we define their requirements, transitioning ideas into a concept before refining the cabin layout and selecting a cabin designer. Together, we develop and refine, challenging the conventional to create a cabin that truly reflects your vision and expectations.
A specification is drafted, capturing the layout, aesthetics and features of the cabin, with considerable thought invested in how the cabin will be used to ensure that its occupants can relax, collaborate, dine and rest throughout the flight. It is a creative, an interactive process, which encourages the client to express ideas and provide guidance to Camber and the selected designer.
Communication and entertainment systems are defined to provide intuitive solutions for the passengers. The type and style of dining, the drinks and snacks served influence the capabilities and layout of the galley. A shower or steam bath complements a light and spacious master washroom.
Colours, textures and materials are chosen to complement the cabin, to create a welcoming and comfortable space, equally well designed for travel on both short- and long trips.
Interior renderings are created to provide a realistic feel for the cabin design before detailed design begins. Often a digital 3D model of the cabin will be created to allow you to virtually walk through the cabin to gain a feeling of layout, space and colour. Sunlight can be seen streaming through the windows and evening lighting scenes can be shown and adjusted to create the desired effects.
The exterior livery develops as the cabin is refined; its design reflecting the patterns, styles and colours that the client has chosen for the interior.
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