Marijana Radovic and Marco Bonelli of m²atelier have unveiled interior designs for a new 54-metre project, including a harmonious master suite, situated forward on the main deck that offers direct access to the spacious saloon.
According to the designers, the main goal behind the new 54-metre project was to come up with an elegant and sophisticated interior, while retaining simplicity. The concept line is based on the harmony of modular spaces, light setting and symmetrical distribution. The interiors were created to offer a feeling of intimacy without fragmenting the environment. These partitions are designed and structured to create a delightful interior letting out a feeling of luxury and elegance associated with space.
Utilising reflective materials and prisms, light is brought into the interiors, making it one of the most important features. The light is can be toned down by unique light textile roller blinds, fitted to the windows.
The master suite boasts geometric shapes and symmetrical parts to divide the area and to create functional and transformable layout. This contemporary understating of a flexible space can be easily adapted to suite the owner’s mood. The exterior dining area represents one of the most important parts of the yacht and a fabulous socialising area of the yacht, providing fantastic views and comfortable seating.
The fixed oval sofa is coupled with a back counter modular display joining both buffet and bar services. When the extremities are joined, this rounded shape creates an enclosed bar. The main features of this interactive element are its polyvalent properties, depending on the different scenery.
Wood and leather have been used extensively for the interior. Neutral beige and brown with marine-blue accenting are the main colours used throughout, acting as an introduction to the outside environment and strengthening the relationship between the interior and exterior areas.
Nature is invited into the interior thanks to plants enclosed in rectangular ‘indoor gardens’ with prisms on top that channel natural light. The interior is further accented with two private balconies on each side of the master cabin. The upper deck creates a bright and inviting ambience with full height windows which settles in for a large terrace creating an illusion of being suspended over the bright blue sea.Share this: