Officina Amare is known for its luxe yacht design, but for its latest project, the company takes its expertise to new heights and applies its know-how to its first private jet. The Bombardier Global 6000 features an Art Deco-inspired interior that combines the best of yachting, architecture, and automotive and is finished with the best luxury materials, including mahogany wood panels, precious materials, navy nubuck crocodile leather, Loro Piana wool, and Hermès leather. Its layout optimizes space to accommodate eight passengers and creates three functional zones. The first houses the galley, crew facilities, and a guest bathroom, while the main saloon is designated for dining and entertainment, complete with wide-screen TVs, surround sound, and ambient lighting. The final zone is a private stateroom comprised of a bed, walk-in closet, full bathroom, and office area. As for performance, the plane is a long-range machine that can reach a top speed of 528 mph thanks to its dual Rolls-Royce BR710A2-20 turbofan engines.