Embraer Lineage 1000E ultra luxurious business jet. The Manhattan concept
Entering the Embraer Lineage 1000E, you find yourself in the world of the most exquisite benefits that you can buy for money (well, which the Federal Aviation Administration of the USA allows). The model aircraft worth $ 53 million was presented this year at the annual European Aviation Exhibition of business class aircraft in Geneva. This is a plane for those who are used to taking everything from life. Taming customer expectations is only part of the work of Jay Beaver, vice president of interior design at Embraer Executive Jets. “Once I was even asked to install a fireplace in the cabin,” says Jay Beaver. - Of course, such a decision would be too great a security threat and could hardly get approval from the supervisory authorities. I had to say not”
Like the iconic skyscrapers of The Empire City, The Manhattan reaches to the clouds in style. Evoking 1930’s Art Deco Manhattan, the sophisticated décor and plush jewel-hued interior carries you off into a historic dream of classic grandeur.
For Beever, the "thrill of resurrecting the art deco designs found in the buildings, furniture, jewelry, cars and ocean liners of the 1920s and 1930s, with the Normandie cruise liner provided specific inspiration to the project.
Due to the high degree of individuality of the business, Embraer customers can accept the entire package or just a few elements of the concept.
Here is a closer look at the Embraer's Lineage 1000E Manhattan Airship interior design concept:
Like the standard Lineage 1000E, the Manhattan airship is divided into different zones. However, unlike the standard Lineage, all crew objects, such as the galley, were moved to the back of the aircraft.
The beautiful entry prepares passengers for the luxurious and elegant experience awaiting them. A distinctive metallic mural evokes memories of the iconic art deco mural in the Empire State Building.
Guests can meet in the Cloud Club, a luxury lounge with décor inspired by the Chrysler building. The Cloud Club features a cosmopolitan style bar with retractable bar stools, vintage sconces and a mohair/lambskin sofa.
Warm wooden flooring, rich accents and brass light treatments throughout the aircraft create a clubby atmosphere, ideal for the flow of cocktails and conversation.
The Manhattan’s Park Avenue style is evident in the plush divans and rich color schemes. Deep mahogany wood panels, brass and gold trim and rich jewel hues provide the perfect backdrop for adventure.
One of the key features of this gorgeous space is the panoramic city loft window inspired by Jean-Michel Frank designs.
For dinner options, look no further than The Crystal Room, an enclave that allows six passengers at a time to dine privately, in perfectly appointed style.
The Manhattan evokes a timeless elegance with touches of grand iconic style. Experience the splendor of a bygone era while enjoying the latest in advanced flight avionics and bespoken designs.