The Chinese design firm Haeco Private Jet Solutions has created a private-jet interior concept inspired by the ancient ph
If you thought the ancient Chinese art and science, Feng Shui, was limited to your personal spaces, think again! Feng Shui, which is all about balancing energies to ensure harmony between people and their environment, has now been adapted on a private-jet. We are not sure about private-jet flying being a stressful experience, but for those conducting multi-billion dollar business deals, this might just be what the doctor ordered.
A Chinese design firm Haeco Private Jet Solutions has used the principles of Feng Shui for the interiors of a Xiao Yao jet (in Mandarin xiao yao means “at ease, leisurely, spontaneous” and implies a serene life in a natural and beautiful setting), a Boeing 737-800 airliner that has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet.
The Xiao Yao cabin features a free-flowing layout with the living spaces connected by a curved walkway that symbolizes a meandering stream. The interiors are dressed in natural woods and the color palette draws from nature as well. The living areas include a master bedroom, a spacious lounge, a dining room, and alcoves for playing mahjong or serving some Chinese tea.
From what we see, we can already feel a sense of calm surround us. Could this be the future of private-jet flying? Here’s hoping!