Fourth annual Hot Lab Rendez-vous a success

Written by Georgia Tindale

Last week, the Italian design studio Hot Lab hosted another successful edition of their annual Rendez-Vous event. Taking place last Friday, the event was hosted in the exclusive Larusmiani boutique in the heart of Milan, with those in attendance including clients, owners, shipyard representatives and journalists.Hot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiHot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiThe theme of the event this year was 'The Italian Gentleman', with the proceedings focusing largely on Hot Lab's most recent projects with Arcadia Yachts, Baglietto, RMK, Sarp Yachts and Turquoise. In addition, the studio also teased guests with three exterior design concepts (one 65, one 70 and one 80 metres in length), further details of which will be announced in 2020. Hot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiHot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiHot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiDuring the event, Hot Lab also presented details of its new boutique hotel project in Northern Turkey, as well as its debut furniture collection as a collaboration with the celebrated Bologna-based firm Paolo Castelli.  Hot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiHot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio Righetti
"The event was made possible thanks to the support of Baglioni Carlton Hotel Milano, Marchesi Antinori, Nautica Italiana, Esther Maison Creative and Nuart Events. A special thanks to our strategic partners, who not only allowed us to realize this beautiful event, but also the yachts delivered in 2019. Guidi srl, Cantalupi Lighting, Foglizzo Leather and Tabu - Colors of wood. Thank you also to SuperYacht Times for their media support. We can't wait for next year already!' commented Antonio Romano from Hot Lab. Hot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio RighettiHot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Antonio Righetti

Hot Lab Rendez-Vous 2019Photo: Giovanni Malgarini

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