Priestman Goode designs interiors for new jet

Priestman Goode is working with Embraer, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of commercial jets, to design the complete interiors for its new range of aircraft.


The consultancy has been appointed to design the complete cabin interiors, including seating, for the range of E-Jets E2 aircraft, which will enter service in 2018.

Priestman Goode says it has a long-standing relationship with Brazilian company Embraer and has previously worked on interior designs for the company’s Lineage 1000 range of executive jets.

Priestman Goode co-founder Paul Priestman says, ‘Our work on the E-Jets E2 is about visually translating Embraer’s brand values, while enabling the flexibility for airlines to customise the aircraft to their own requirements.’

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