This Private Jet’s Cabin is Inspired by Feng Shui and Taoism
So, what do you say about this private jet’s cabin is inspired by Feng Shui and Taoism?
This design comes very familiar to those who know what “feng shui” is. It is essentially the art of using space effectively.
Designed by Chinese design company Haeco Private Jet Solutions, this private jet interior is called Xiao Yao.
It is perhaps one of the most breathtaking private-jet interior design you have ever seen, but it exists.
When the guys from Haeco Private Jet Solutions thought about making this jet, they got their inspiration from the ancient philosophy of Feng Shui.
A Honk Kong-based engineering firm that specializes in cabin completion has unveiled Xiao Yao, which is based around an organic, free-flowing layout and a “sinuous” meandering walkway.
There’s also inspiration from Zhuangzi, a foundational text of Taoism, according to the company, Haeco. The idea is that humans must free their imagination and go beyond what is familiar, and we think it’s fair to say this is a little different.
And by choosing so, the interior is the perfect example of a great design made to celebrate harmony between people and their environment.
Special built for a Boeing Business Jet 2 Cabin, the passengers flying at the board of this jet will enjoy 1,025 square feet of cabin space in the truest sense of the world.
The cabin’s line of Xiao Yao jet have been replaced by a free-flowing layout, that features an amazing curved walkway which gives you a sense of natural alignment.
The inside of this Boeing Business Private Jet 2 also includes natural color palettes and a lot of eco materials, using only natural wood to build the entire space.
While flying at 41,000 feet you can enjoy the living areas that include a master bedroom, a spacious lounge, a dining room, and alcoves for playing Mahjong and serving tea.
The Xiao Yao jet, in Mandarin xiaoyao means “at ease, leisurely, spontaneous” and implies a serene life in a natural and beautiful setting.
The private jet also features practical meeting and dining spaces, as well as a pretty cozy-looking en-suite bedroom.
What do you say about this unique-looking private jet? Would you like to fly to your favorite place at the board of this jet?