Venetian design studio Watermarkdesign are at it again having created the interior design of yet another luxury dhow built by Al Mannai shipyard in Qatar. The 33 metre project involved a close collaboration between designer Garlant Marco, Al Mannai and the vessel’s owner to create a custom interior according to his wishes.
In contrast to the traditional image of the vessels, Watermarkdesign makes use of high-tech 3D scans of the hull to be able to develop an interior which can be presented as a 3D rendering to the owner. The next step is to build the interior spaces in the pre-assembly factory in Italy, which is then shipped to Qatar for installation.
El Emadi’s layout is created to accommodate 10 guests in full beam master suite, two VIP staterooms amidships and two double cabins forward.
The saloon on deck is finished in a tasteful ambience with a variety of white and cream tones creating a soothing atmosphere for guests to escape from the blazing desert heat. The white lacquered deckhead is shaped to resemble an aerial view of the vessel’s outline.
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