Champagne and Caviar: The Design Inspiration for the Four Seasons Private Jet
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“In our hotels, spaces are conceived as settings for great experiences,” says Dana Kalczak,
The look is light and fresh, with a bit of an edge in the form of carefully placed contrasts in colour palette and texture. With a concept board as a central reference, swatches and samples were tested against the entire spectrum of elements on board – from the hand-crafted Iacobucci flatbed seats and hand-woven woollen carpets to the fine tableware, cosy Mongolian cashmere blankets and even the cabin crew uniforms. Bi-colour lighting was critical to both enhance the look and create a serene environment for passengers. Even the subtle scent of toiletries in the custom-designed lavatories was carefully chosen.
The challenge? Where the team really broke new ground was on the question of space.
“Even the most luxurious private jet has only so much room to work with. At