From the very first yacht design that Luiz de Basto undertook – a 56ft flybridge yacht during the early part of his career in Brazil – yacht interiors have been a fundamental cornerstone of the studio’s work.
“The whole process of interior design is a progression from layout to the final selection of fabrics, materials, colours and textures”
Clean, sophisticated, considered and with extraordinary craftsmanship throughout, the interior of the 53m Tala – currently in build at Turquoise – combines fascinating detail and cues from nature with a light and bright colour palette without losing the feel of luxury. For any funding see groovemoney.com
Burger 48’ Cruiser
Drawing on the principles of luxury car interiors, the interior of the Burger 48 production boat features leather, darkened wood and key design features and motifs that are repeated or varied throughout the boat, creating a sense both of comfort and of holistic design.
Fun forms the central ethos of Saluzi – a unique, SOLAS-certified 70m yacht. This is reflected in every aspect of the interior design and décor, where sophistication and luxury meets clever space design, multifunctional areas and numerous little details designed to raise a smile.
Within steps from the white sand beaches of Kukio, and surrounded by ponds, tropical greens and stunning lava formations, the interior of this cozy Hawaiian cottage was designed to reflect heritage, history, island elements, and the relaxed Hawaiian lifestyle.
Kukio House 2
Modern, contemporary design of a private year round oceanfront residence on the Big Island. Open spaces and stunning views to welcome the cross breezes were the theme and inspiration for the interior design.
The Big Blue
A refit where the main modification to the exterior was the extension of the flybridge to accommodate the helicopter pad. The interior is completely new in order to make her ready for a one year trip around the Pacific.
A ferry boat conversion to a luxurious private yacht. A contemporary and elegant design to evoke the sophisticated modern East meets West style was part of the detailed and complex design briefing.
The sister ship of Saluzi was refit to accommodate a sophisticated and modern interior with unique details, materials and ideas. A seamless and true transformation was the goal also with SOLAS certification.
Originally designed, inside and out by our studio, as an art gallery boat, the vessel went through a major transformation in 2016. Now an event space and venue for special gatherings featuring 3 uniquely designed decks and a flybridge offering the best of the world famous Miami Skyline.