More details about the pimped out A380 Airbus


We are back with more luxurious flying tales! This time we have more detailed images of the $150 million interior designed Airbus A380. Designed by Edése Doret, the jet’s 6,640 square-foot cabin is a world out of this world. The excursion starts with a Grand entrance that opens onto a bright seating area. Here a grand staircase leads to the stateroom and guest suites.


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VIP lounge has five couches and a tucked away wet bar! This room is a movie theater, club room, and tea lounge all in one.
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Wet bar is a stainless-steel structure separating the lounge and entry. It contains a refrigerator, a wine chiller, a microwave, and extra storage space. A VIP lavatory is located on the other side.
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For the VIP Lounge 2, Doret has designed a built-in case to display a model of one of the client’s yachts. Wood details such as wall panels and cabinetry add texture and color throughout the cabin while maintaining a modern aesthetic. The custom-designed lamps in the lounge and dining room reappear in the sketches for the upper-deck desert hideaway, where Doret plans to invert them and hang them from the ceiling.
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Since his Middle Eastern client enjoys desert retreats, Doret used leftover space on the upper deck to design a secluded area off the private dining room. He envisioned a cozy hideaway furnished with low tables and Persian rugs. On one side, the fabric-draped “tent” would open onto a mural of a glimmering desert view.
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In addition to a 70-inch flat screen, the dining room features cabinets that house 42-inch pop-up monitors.
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