Windowless IXION private jet cabin concept takes flight

Technicon Design (France) has been shortlisted in the International Yacht and Aviation Awards 2014 with their IXION Private Jet concept submitted for the Private Aviation Exterior Design Concept Category.

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A design concept which seeks to push the envelope in accepted thinking on what a private jet exterior could look like in the immediate future.

“The brief of the project is simple, to challenge current thinking, and propose something a little different but not just a fantasy. It has to be credible and relevant, yet provoke discussion”, said Gareth Davies, Design Director at Technicon’s French Studio near Paris.

The International Yacht and Aviation Awards are important as they provide an arena for design to showcase its importance in these fields. This is crucial for what can sometimes be a “hidden” endeavour. A film for this conecpt can be viewed here.

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“We decided on the controversial yet interesting idea of removing the windows from the cabin and using existing or very near future flexible screen technology to display the exterior environment on the inside surfaces of the cabin via external cameras. Consequently this  presents new possibilities fo the exterior design, being free of windows allows for a svelte and elegant aesthetic treatment”.

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One Response to Windowless IXION private jet cabin concept takes flight

  1. Alfredo Walter Nuñez Gonzalez says:

    Pregunto cuL es la satisfacción de un pasajero que viaja y que lo principal de dicho vuelo es ver con sus ojos el desenvolvimiento de su vuelo proyectado