The development of this project, due to reach completion in 2016, revolved around an interior refit for a 106ft/ 32.31M Broward, originally delivered in 1990. The previous layout on board the yacht integrated four cabins, which poses the first major structural change, as plans for the refit involve transforming two guest cabins into a large Master SR and his and hers Master Head.
In this major overhaul, all component design schemes are being changed, including; lighting, electrical, appliances, plumbing, flooring, all finishes, woodwork, cabinetry, overheads, loose and fixed furniture, window treatments, stone and marble, glass and mirrors. Also being redesigned are the galley and crew areas, the sundeck and the exterior profile of the yacht. The overall aesthetic of the project is a response to the client’s love of clean, functional and minimal design. The client also owns another 71m yacht and enjoys being a part of the design process. This aesthetic is reflected in the effective layout plan of the main living spaces, and by maintaining a clean colour palette throughout. In working closely with the client and reacting to their needs, the resulting impression is clean and minimal, with a practical use of space.