Italian fashion house Versace and Swiss business aviation services firm TAG Aircraft Interiors have secured their first interior design project for an Airbus A319 corporate jet.
The A319, one of the largest private aircraft available, is for a European client and will go into service in the fourth quarter of 2008.
Versace will design the aircraft interior, which will have 16 seats in a four-compartment arrangement: salon, galley, business office, and stateroom with en suite bathroom.
It will feature executive armchairs embossed with Versace’s signature Greek fret motif, furniture made of the best materials, and exclusive finishes and luxury detailing spanning the four cabins of the aircraft.
Versace and TAG Aircraft Interiors joined forces in April last year to create an interior design service for private jet owners. Versace is responsible for all aspects of content, design and style, while TAG Aircraft Interiors manages the sales, marketing, logistical and technical aspects of the completion contract.
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