Designer Alex Naboko has raised the bar for airline interior design by planning the interior of corporate aircraft Tupolev-134 under the code name TZ-9. Through an imposingly subtle combination of bold geometric shapes with diffused lighting, the designer creates a pleasant ambiance to unwind oneself after exhaustive business meets. Making a departure from traditional designs, Alex tries to adopt more abstract forms for the passenger area to include window panes, and interior paneling which is divided into several layers to achieve a more soothing atmosphere.
Chairs and a small sofa coupe VIP-1 have been turned facing each other to facilitate communication in an easy manner. Modular furniture for example convertible sofa bed in the sleeping compartment along with the placement of a mirror that moves out of the table top electrically ensures optimal space usage. The ambitious work on the whole tries to utilize maximum space while at the same time promising comfort and luxury during travel.