New interior images of Icon Yachts’ 64m Project Mission unveiled

New images of the Icon Yachts concept Project Mission have been unveiled, revealing unparalleled elegance and otherworldly futurism encapsulated within the yacht’s interior design, which was penned by Miami-based design studio Carla Guillhem. Project Mission concept interior design Although her exterior profile, courtesy of Bernd Weel Design, conveys an athletic resilience, the 63.9-metre Project Mission’s interiors, by contrast, offer extraordinarily intricate, luminous furnishings and forward-thinking decor.

Read: ICON Yachts unveils 64m yacht concept Project MissionProject Mission concept exterior design "The presence of earth elements reinforces the connection between outside and inside. Although the canvas is the outside, the sophistication and remarkable details make the inside of this explorer the perfect place for deep exploration. While the exterior of Mission represents the search for the unknown, the interior is designed to facilitate self-discovery, the exploration of the self,” explained designer Carla Guilhem.Project Mission concept interior design At a roomy volume of 1,800 GT, the yacht features staterooms suitable for as many as 12 guests to sleep in – with potential to accommodate as many as 18 – as well as six expeditions and a crew of 18.Project Mission concept interior design Decked out in a fashionably monochromatic vanilla cream colour palette, the decor which comprises several indoor seating areas and saloons within Project Mission can be likened to a phantasmagorical ice palace.Project Mission concept interior design Project Mission concept interior design Dainty overhead lights that seem to replicate stars dotted across a sky, fluffy fur blankets draped over sumptuous, rounded sofas and armchairs, alongside glassy, metallic ornaments and tables make for a luxurious ice cap-like ambiance. Project Mission concept interior design While her fiercely robust shell of an exterior gives the impression that Project Mission can withstand a polar climate, designer Bernd Weel describes her interiors as, “A warm and balanced place to retreat to after a day of experiencing and exploring the most remote places in the world.”Project Mission concept exterior design