At KiPcreating, we have a long history of helping designers, completions, and manufacturers to deliver breathtaking visualizations for clients, leads, and associates alike.
For the third time in a row, we’ve helped a client take home the International Yacht & Aviation Award. This time, it was the partnership between Boeing Business Jets & SkyStyle.
Boeing Business Jets, one of the world’s leading aviation firms, and SkyStyle, an up-and-coming design firm, have won the Private Jet Design Concept at this year’s Design et al, International Yacht & Aviation Awards.
Held in Venice, Italy, the International Yacht & Aviation Award saw some of the leading design firms in the world of yachting and aviation gather together to celebrate top designers, builders, and suppliers in their respective industries.
This year, The Boeing Company and SkyStyle submitted an awestriking entry: A new concept for the BBJ Max 7.
According to Lucas Carbone, SkyStyle’s Director of Design.
“In a 3D environment, you’re not only measuring; you’re also perceiving reality. You’re perceiving if the space that you need is exactly that one or if you need more. I think VR is one of the best ways in which we could verify that. We also got the results much faster than we would have with any other visualization methods.”
The Genesis concept draws inspiration from nature and from the skies themselves, including starlight detailing overhead.
Relying on grays, blues, and dark woods, with silver trim, Genesis recalls the aesthetic of the opening of the Ridley Scott film Prometheus at Iceland’s Dettifoss waterfall.
And, like the film, Genesis transitions quickly into space-ship sleek.
We worked closely with SkyStyle’s interior design and created a set of visuals, an amazing movie, and a stunning Virtual Reality experience interactive walkthrough that showcases the beautiful interior and offers clients three different options of color and trim.