Laura Pomponi, what is next for LP Designs?
The team at Luxury Projects loves taking on new challenges. Recently, the studio was asked to develop an interior design concept for the new Limited Edition 188 by Amels Shipyard.
Accepting this prestigious opportunity, Luxury Projects has the chance to express their creativity and implement new ideas during the entire design process. The brief is to create a top luxury interior, appealing to a large base of clientele belonging to the famous Limited-Edition Range of Amels, all while adhering to a competitive budget.
The whole design concept focuses on:
• Shapes and colours, creating a “timeless” style with the aim that the major interior features (ceilings, lighting and walls) could represent the “basic” design of the new fleet, allowing easy modifications to match the clients’ tastes by simply modifying the materials like wood veneers, giving an emotional, tactile feeling.
• Interesting and innovative interiors, but with simplicity of construction, allowing easy and swift customization.
• The light design as one of the central themes: "At Luxury Projects, we cannot see innovative materials unless they are perfectly combined with light”. Back-lit walls are the best expression of material and artistic pieces being merged in an “all-in-one” atmosphere with the aim of appealing to a diverse range of clientele.
• “Not creating crowded spaces”, a significant change in architecture and interior design. With the introduction of a few high-end, free-standing design pieces, crafting a more “relaxed and fluid space”.