Virgin Galactic and its partner, London-based studio Seymourpowell, have revealed the interior design of SpaceshipTwo—a craft meant for a sub-orbital flight. Officially dubbed the 'Virgin Spaceship Unity' (or VSS Unity), the vehicle can accommodate six passengers and guarantees to provide "safety without distraction."
At $250,000 per seat, the experience is by no means a cheap endeavor. However, passengers of the sub-orbital flight will be able to witness breathtaking views. The VSS Unity is lined with 12 large porthole-style windows, maximizing the views from Earth which is, of course, the main attraction for the sub-orbital flight.
The colorway of the spacecraft's interior draws inspiration from space and Earth. This is strategic as Virgin Galactic and Seymourpowell sought out to create an environment that "drives the excitement and anticipation of what's in store."
Image Credit: Virgin Galactic/ Seymourpowell