A Look Inside Jetcraft’s New Wayzata Office

A Look Inside Jetcraft’s New Wayzata Office

Business aircrafts seller Jetcraft hired architecture and interior design firm Studio BV to design their new office in Wayzata, Minnesota.

“Jetcraft came to Studio BV looking for an environment that better reflected their brand and the high-end service they provide clients. The design concept for the new space was centered around texture and refinement. From the moment you enter, warmth and detail meet you at every turn. A stone and metal reception desk welcomes guests and is anchored by curated shelving. Adjacent to the desk is a metal mesh screen – a nod to the aircraft industry that also acts as a buffer between reception and the private offices.

A warm herringbone wood floor leads people from room to room while woven rugs add moments of softness. The walls throughout are covered with tactile wallcoverings and felt, adding another layer of elevation to the space. The main conference room functions as both a meeting space with its advanced technology and screens, as well as a gathering spot for staff.

The café area is sleek and organized, featuring a stone backsplash with textured bronze veining. Glass fronts and glass doors allow daylight to permeate the offices, and angled glass panels between the offices offer additional light and connection. Larger private offices are outfitted with technology, curated furniture settings, and decorative lighting to suit the user. The huddle room and phone rooms boast beautifully textured wallcoverings and decorative light accents.”

Meeting room
Meeting room
Working pods
Breakout space
Meeting room