Design at 30,000 feet

Tasked to design and engineer solutions to increase head space on Boeing's Business Jet product offering. Using a standard 737, these aircraft are sold to individuals and companies looking for the space and comfort only found on the BBJ. Comprising members in Seattle, Florida, Germany and Naples, Italy, Aircraft Intelligence developed a series of design and engineering solutions to increase the immensely valuable headspace which is limited by the existing air and electrical systems in addition to the sound insulation bats lining the fuselage.

Chances are, you may not subscribe to Aircraft Interiors International. All the same, I’m pretty proud of this piece published on architect Bob Swain and his team's role (of which I was included) while working with Boeing Business Jets. Essentially, we were tasked to design and engineer solutions to increase headspace on Boeing's Business Jet product offering. Using a standard 737, these aircraft are sold to individuals and companies looking for the ultimate in space and comfort. 
Aircraft Intelligence promotional brochure
Proprietary information prevents me from displaying details, but the image above shows a tube section model that was made to improve the airflow noise characteristics and its overall space savings versus the current standard used by Boeing.
Aircraft Intelligence team members in action.
Working in Naples, Italy was certainly a pleasure!