SOME FINE EXAMPLES
Let us take the 180-foot ketch Adele as an example. Our interior design fits the exterior profile of the yacht very well, with its fielded panels in mahogany. The interior is darker and more classic to suit the client’s specific wishes.
We created another traditional design – this time light and airy, merging white painted materials with mahogany trim – for the 47-foot classic yacht Elsa, which was built at Baltic Yachts.
A totally different Art Deco interior is presently in development for J8, one of the J-class yachts currently under construction to our designs. This type of style, originating in the 1930s, is a great fit for the time period of the J-class yachts, and perfectly matches their characteristic exteriors. With a combination of wood, stainless steel and leather, the interior will look totally different from anything that has been seen on a sailing yacht to date.
Our office also produces modern styled interiors. A good example is the recently launched 23-metre motoryacht Seven, which has a spacious, light and contemporary interior.