Embraer With a Prestigious Award
For Interior Design In An Aircraft
Embraer received a prestigious award for its interior design in the Embraer Phenom 300E with the Bossa Nova designation. The Embraer Phenom 300E Bossa Nova debuted in August with the promise to take the interior design of private jets to the next level. Named for the Brazilian style of jazz music, the interior of the Bossa Nova was first introduced on the super-middle class Praetor 600 and in 2019 won the prestigious international award for yacht and aviation for the design of a private aircraft.
Thanks to the improved cab and large windows, this concept has proved to be just as elegant in the smaller Phenom 300E light beam. He made his debut in August with delivery to Joe Howley, co-founder of Patient Airlift Services (PALS).
The dominance of piano black colors and carbon-fiber accents would theoretically reduce the look of the cabin, but the designers cleverly used gold details that reflect natural light throughout the cabin. This process is largely made possible by the extra-large windows, which are unique to the 300E jet. As the overhaul of its design, the interior of the Bossa Nova is quieter than standard equipment and also provides a more spacious cockpit for the benefit of the pilot.