Raja Ampat, Indonesia
A refurbishment of a 51m two-masted luxury yacht handcrafted in the classic architecture of a Phinisi wooden sailboat.
Built of teak and ulin ironwood, the Dunia Baru features seven en-suite cabins accommodating 14 guests.
Rather than make significant structural alterations, the design objective was to create a luxurious experience that evokes a sense of nostalgia and to create an understated yet modern elegance throughout.
The deck areas are enhanced with comfortable and intimate outdoor seating and lounging areas. The spaces are layered with luxurious yet subtle soft furnishings, including hand-knotted natural fibre floor rugs and headboards upholstered in luxurious Belgian fabric, were used throughout. Marine finishes and fabrics, in a neutral and light colour palette, are used throughout.
Accessories are neutral, with a hint of ethnicity coming through in the patterns and textures. A blend of custom-designed and locally sourced items – such as hand-hammered metal vases and bespoke bronze decorative artwork – complement the hand-carved ironwood joinery. Rare antique baskets and ceramics are on display in the yacht’s saloon area.
The interior design is a subtle and sophisticated enhancement of an already beautiful ship. The spaces are personal, creating an authentic and intimate experience for the guests.
The interior design for the custom-built 52-meter Amandira yacht for Aman Resorts. Amandira is a luxury custom-built, 52-metre, two-masted Phinisi sailing and diving vessel. The boat is beautifully handcrafted in the traditional Indonesian boat-building method, known as 'Pinisi.'
Amandira's main lounge is the foredeck, where guests can relax on stylish sun loungers, dine and enjoy a drink at sunset. There is an elegant indoor lounge and dining area, fitted out in neutral tones and understated decor, typical of the Aman signature aesthetic.
Tucked away at the rear is the master cabin with a private outdoor lounge area featuring an oversized daybed. Below the decks are two luxury guest cabins and two smaller bunk cabins. Each double cabin features a living area with a daybed and dining table and a spacious bathroom with a shower and twin vanities.
The interior design combines the allure of a traditional Indonesian sailing vessel with the comfort of modern amenities in keeping with the Aman
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
The interior design of a traditional custom-built 45m two-masted Phinisi sailing vessel.
The yacht has eight luxury en-suite cabins. The upper and top deck cabins are fitted with a king size bed and have an outdoor deck with a large daybed. The lower deck cabins are triple and twin en-suite cabins. The other guest areas include the saloon with a lounge and dining area, the front deck and upper deck with outdoor dining and sunbathing facilities; a camera room; and a spa area.
The design is in keeping with the integrity of the overall yacht architecture and the traditional Indonesian boat-building style. The colour scheme is inspired by vibrant traditional local textiles - ikat and batik. The furnishing and artwork are inspired by local handicrafts.
The conceptual design for a beautifully crafted luxury 50m charter sail yacht.
The interior concept is an understated modern design using local natural materials. The yacht is designed to accommodate 12 guests in six spacious cabins with en-suite bathroom.
The interior design is a contemporary and luxurious whilst at the same time provides the experience of travelling aboard a traditional sailing phinisi yacht.
Our first phinisi project is the conceptual design for a beautifully crafted luxury 60m charter sail yacht.
The interior concept is warm and inviting with an understated contemporary Asian influence. It has been specially designed to accommodate 14 guests in absolute comfort with ample space for relaxation, indoor and on deck. Each of the seven spacious and elegant cabins has a luxurious en-suite bathroom.
All furniture and fittings are integrated and carry through the integrity of the overall yacht design. The colour scheme is neutral, with shades of beige and soft grey, in contrast to the abundant timber finishes, furnishing and artworks. The lighting is integrated into the design. The overall effect is relaxing and luxurious with an undertone of the tradition and the culture of the region.