Stephen Huish Design has recently announced their most recent collaboration with a shipyard, a 40 metre superyacht with Sarp Yachts in Turkey.
The classic yacht design differs from the studios’ usual modern interior designs, and instead, shows a ‘colonial style’ inspired interior which will be extremely customisable. The main focus is on natural light to give the interior a light, relaxed feel throughout.
Some of the notable features of the design include the saloon with a distressed dark wood floor, as well as the painted bulkheads and specially designated areas for the owner’s collection of artwork. The master suite is spacious, with a large built in wardrobe with plantation style doors, a good working desk with storage, book shelves and seating. There is also plenty of storage with large drawers each side of the bed and a pop-up TV which is hidden inside a cabinet at the foot of the bed.
The exterior design & naval architecture is by Tanju Kalaycioglu of Taka Yacht Design.
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