Article N° 286

Article published in December 2022 in "Les ailes de cristal": Companies nominated for their know-how. More than 100 companies from the Lorraine region took part in this moment of valorization. The "coup de coeur" was awarded to Didier Wolff, aeronautical designer and director of the company Happy Design Studio.


Article N° 285


Article N° 284

The aeronautical designer Didier Wolff wins international awards. Friday 30 September 2022 in the Républicain Lorrain. 
Two of his aircraft exterior designs have received five prizes at prestigious international design awards. A recognition of the quality and creativity that drives him. Didier Wolff is a world reference in the field of aeronautical design. He has won two iLuxury Awards, one Muse Design Award and two European Product Design Awards.
For these competitions, he chose to present two aircraft: an Embraer 600 and an Airbus Corporate Jet TwoTwenty.

JUIN 2022

Article N° 283

Livery design concept of an airbus corporate jets two twenty by didier wolff / happy design studio. “The livery is built on four diagonal black power lines that rest firmly on the front curvature of the ACJ’s karman like a framework.”

MAI 2022

Article N° 282

Striking Livery Concept Floated By Happy Design Studio. This livery is created around four diagonal black powerful lines which firmly rest like a frame on the front curve of the ACJ's belly fairing, born from a black shape underlining the cockpit from the front. As for the colors, five shades of green and a light blue guide the eyes towards the drift. Didier Wolff’s earlier liveries are flying on various types, such as the Embraer Legacy 600, Falcon 900EX and Bombardier Global 5000.

MAI 2022

Article N° 281

Happy Design Studio CEO Didier Wolff has found inspiration in the Airbus Corporate Jets ACJ TwoTwenty, newest member of the ACJ family, and is showing his paint scheme concept this week at EBACE 2022 while meeting with clients about upcoming projects. He has been designing luxury aircraft livery for more than a decade, ranging from business jets and airliners to helicopters. What drew him to the ACJ TwoTwenty? “Initially the shape of the aircraft,” Wolff said. “The nature of the shape all around the cockpit; I look at an aircraft from the left to the right, and the story begins on the left, finishing to the right on the tail. That’s how I read an aircraft.” Happy Design’s resulting TwoTwenty livery concept is created around four powerful diagonal black lines emanating from a black shape outlining the cockpit from the front, and resting firmly like a frame on the front curve of the aircraft’s belly fairing. “It gives all the energy to the aircraft,” he said. Wolff has discussed with Airbus Corporate Jets making his design concept available to TwoTwenty customers. “This is a starting point,” the Strasbourg, France-based artist said. “If one customer recognizes himself through my design proposal, we can adapt that to their aircraft.”