SuperyachtDESIGN Week 2016 Highlights

SuperyachtDESIGN Week 2016 looked at the future of superyacht design, exploring innovative technology and examining the tools available to deliver the ultimate for next-generation owners. A vibrant programme featured the hottest topics in the industry with speakers from design, luxury, automotive, technology, yachting and legal sectors, ensuring a varied debate from a whole host of angles. The showrooms hosted Lunch Hotspots, Workshops and Supper Clubs, providing the perfect locations to exchange creative ideas, meet the specialists and discuss exceptional products that meet and exceed a client’s brief. 

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RIVIERA CHIC – SuperyachtDESIGN Week 2016 Installation

Classic style and nautical nuances make for plain sailing this summer.  For SuperyachtDesign Week 2016, a specially commissioned installation takes on a sophisticated demeanor, seamlessly blending an opulent life on the water with pared-down European elegance.

The Riviera has long been the ultimate luxury yacht destination where the climate is warm, the coastline stunning and the yachts excel.In the late 18th century, the Côte d’Azur was frequented by stylish cultural tastemakers, from novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald to artist Pablo Picasso. From the 1920s, the smart set began to flock to Nice, Marseilles and Cannes, as well as Portofino and San Remo. Today, it still conjures up images of irresistible allure.

This scheme has been devised to showcase chic designs sourced at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. On both the upper and lower decks, it has been fitted out with cosmopolitan fabrics, wallcoverings, trimmings, leather, outdoor furniture, carpet and lighting that tap into today’s tastes for refined yet relaxed comfort. At its core is a classic palette of neutrals like white, stone and ecru, all of which look their best in sunny weather, reflecting rather than absorbing light. Accents of ship-shape navy, crisp matelot stripes as well as more contemporary geometric patterns add contrast and interest. Natural materials and unusual textures strike the perfect balance of understated luxury.

Whether you are channeling this classic Riviera aesthetic, finding flourishes for a larger vessel or design solutions for living aboard, sourcing high performance products at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is simply unbeatable. What you see in the showrooms, inspiring as it is, is just the start of much longer voyage. The destination? The most beautiful superyachts of tomorrow.




FABRICS:‘Iméra’ fabric (LZ31890), Elitis at Abbott & Boyd; ‘Keys’ fabric (1202-10), largo, Brentano at Altfield; ‘Solace’ fabric, blue, Stroheim at Alton-Brooke; ‘Accelerate’ fabric, wool, Stroheim at Alton-Brooke; ‘Corde’ fabric, platinum, Chase Erwin; ‘Corbella’ fabric, parfume, Chase Erwin; ‘Arley Stripe’ fabric (J871F-10), navy, Jane Churchill at Colefax and Fowler; ‘Desir au Dome’ (M132501), champagne, Misia at Colony; ‘Lana’ fabric (LAN03), navy, Evitavonni; ‘Chess’ fabric (CHE04), navy, Evitavonni; ‘Contour’ fabric (CON01), white, Evitavonni; ‘Linen II’ fabric, indigo, Fox Linton; ‘Bow Tie’ fabric (315-01), sugar, Link Outdoor at Fromental; ‘Sarina’ fabric (33786), sailor, Kravet; ‘Element’ fabric (ELE/01), vanilla, Jason D’Souza; ‘Tokyo’ fabric, cobalto, Jason D’Souza; ‘Pavilion’ fabric (10468 586), Zimmer + Rohde (44106 598) fabric, Travers at Zimmer + Rohde

WALLCOVERINGS:‘Nomad’ wallcovering (NOA2004), Brian Yates; ‘Geometric Rope’ wallcovering (93/9030), Cole & Son; ‘Alps’ wallcovering (WMAST12 0907), navy blue, Stark Wallcovering at Stark Fabric

LEATHER:‘Scotch Grain’ leather (SG32), white, Edelman Leather

TRIMMINGS:‘Flemish’ flanged cord (WCP502), Wendy Cushing Passementerie at Jason D’Souza; ‘Natural’ double edge ruche (WCP9105 / 1), Wendy Cushing Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ beaded braid (977-56504 / 09), navy,Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Seychelles’ chevron border (BT-56854 / 12), navy,Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Strata’ chevron border (977-56406 / 21), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; 4mm ‘Harbour’ cord with tape (981-56503 / 09), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; 10mm ‘Harbour’ cord with tape (981-56506 / 09), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ barrel knot fringe (985-56505 / 01), sail, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ barrel knot fringe (985-56505 / 09), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Ogee’ embroidered border, (977-56199 / 17), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Toscana’ braided leather cord with tape (981-56673 / 5431), midnight, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Cabana’ ring border (977-41248 / 02), natural, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Printemps’ woven piping (981-52391 / 52), ivory, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Printemps’ woven piping (981-52391 / 23), nautical, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ linen key tassel (KT-56517 / 01), sail, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ linen key tassel (KT-56517 / 09), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ beaded and knotted hold-back (HB-56510 / 09), navy, Samuel & Sons Passementerie; ‘Harbour’ beaded and knotted hold-back (HB-56510 / 01), sail, Samuel & Sons Passementerie

LIGHTING:Miniature Weatherproof ‘Ship’s Well’ wall light (DP7207/BR/M/CL), glass & polished brass, Davey Lighting at Original BTC

RUG:‘Snowberry’ rug, Topfloor by Esti

HARDWARE:No 14.05 Georgian robe hook, polished nickel, The Nanz Company; No 14.04 Georgian robe hook, polished nickel, The Nanz Company

FURNITURE:‘Flux’ lounge chair, Link Outdoor at Fromental; ‘Ring’ drink table, Link Outdoor at Fromental