British designer Stephen Huish has unveiled his latest interior designs for a 30 metre superyacht project in collaboration with Sarp Yachts. Named The Gem, Tanju Kalaycioglu of Taka Yacht Design is responsible for her exterior designs, with Taka Yacht Design also responsible for her naval architecture.
Her interiors are of a modern, contemporary style and uses light materials as well as textured finishes, leathers and taupe colours, complemented by dark stained oak details and polished stainless steel high lights throughout. The light materials gives the yacht a spacious and airy feel.
The raised salon is the heart of the vessel, and includes a central pop-up TV which swivels facing port or starboard, as well as large skylights adding to the spacious and light feeling on board. The salon provides access from all areas, including two guest cabins located down from the space, with the luxurious master suite located forward.
Huish comments on the design, saying, “The brief was to create a ‘pure relaxed feel’ throughout the yachts interior. To create an unpretentious interior which owners can also personalise themselves. The beauty of this interior is that it has a clean and fresh canvas for any owner wanting to make it their own.”
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