Annika is Design Director with Greenpoint’s award-winning Design Team. Greenpoint Design partners with the client, or a third-party design firm, to oversee the completion process from concept through delivery and ensure the finished interior meets the client’s expectations for design intent, aesthetic quality and cabin flow. Greenpoint’s design process begins with an ergonomic study which translates into the floorplan layout, designed to meet the client’s desires and aircraft mission requirements. Next, Designers define and detail furniture standards, then model and sketch all interior elements. To visualize decor concepts and design elements, digital computer aided drafting (CAD) data is used to build virtual interiors and renderings. Interior colors, textures, layouts and features are adjusted and fine-tuned in advance of fabrication for client approval. Greenpoint Design assesses the décor, function and livability of the interior layout in a way not possible in the traditional art-based graphic design process.
Greenpoint Technologies, a Safran Company, is a premier Business Jet Interior Completion Center providing custom aircraft interiors for private clients, governments and heads-of-state. Greenpoint offers a turnkey completion experience with in-house interior design, engineering, manufacturing, certification, installation and post-delivery support.
Greenpoint Technologies wins the Private Jet Concept Award in the International Yacht and Aviation Awards 2022 for its VIP BBJ MAX 8 interior design, titled Retreat.
Greenpoint committed to becoming the world’s leading Boeing 787 completion center, investing in substantial research and development to master the intricacies of this complex aircraft platform.
Greenpoint Technologies supported the Boeing Business Jet BBJ 777X reveal at the Middle Eastern Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) 2018 show with a new V-VIP Interior Design Concept.
The VIP interior was redelivered ahead of schedule. Crystal’s CEO and President, Edie Rodriguez attended the delivery event, receiving the keys to the company’s newest aircraft, Crystal Skye.