Sensory design manages air, light and sound in innovative ways to maximise health and wellness. In the Falcon 6X, it played a key role in selecting materials, textures and finishes, laying out furniture and furnishings, defining interior lighting and colour schemes and designing cabin contours. The cabin’s flowing uninterrupted lines, innovative furniture design, flush surfaces, and recessed technology provide a cozy, clutter free interior designed to enhance the feeling of spaciousness and facilitate productivity and relaxation during long intercontinental trips.
Dassault Aviation’s new Falcon 6X recently won the International Yacht & Aviation Award for interior design, underscoring the unique level of comfort and spaciousness offered by the ultra-widebody twin. “This prestigious award reflects the innovative manner in which our in-house Design Studio conceived the Falcon 6X cabin, which entailed going well beyond simply improving the aircraft’s interior decoration,” said Dassault Aviation Chairman and CEO Eric Trappier. “With extensive input from customers, our engineers rethought the entire interior design process, employing a sensory design approach that will completely redefine the passenger flight experience.”
The IYAA awards are sponsored by design et al, a prominent UK design magazine published by The Design Society. Established in 2005, The Design Society helps interior designers promote their work to a wider audience and reflects all sectors of the design profession. Awards are judged by industry professionals, designers and customers.