Centro Stile Design was commissioned to design the interior of the latest unit in the Sanlorenzo SX76 range. It is the perfect synthesis between a classic motor yacht with a fly bridge and an explorer yacht. The design is characterised by clean, modern, minimal lines, which represented one of the most exciting challenges for Centro Stile Design. Centro Stile Design decided to insert elements into the design that were strongly inspired by Pop Art and Street Art trends. The result is an amazing mix of graphic design, icon objects and bright colours that can liven up every corner of the yacht.
Unique in its kind, the Sanlorenzo SX76 is heavily influenced by the personality of the owner, whilst avoiding the influence of any external or current trends. The yacht has furniture designed by Cassina, and cult elements and artwork from Tvboy, the famous artist known for his contemporary murals with high communicative and provocative impact. Walls, spaces and floors of each room were blank canvases on which to shape lines and colours, both in contrast and perfectly in line with its unique stylish expression. The yacht is rich in character, far from any trend at the moment, and in antithesis with the most common conception of the current nautical style.
The creative innovation of this design is reflected in the selection of unique furniture by the Cassina brand. These are enhanced by materials and colour effects such as Philippe Stark’s yellow and white leather Privè sofa and the Patricia Urchiola’s gender armchair in blue and yellow fabric, paired with brown leather. The obsessive search and attention to detail, enhanced by the connotation of each environment and important graphic structures, culminates in the texture of the floor and the sky, specifically designed and made for the customer.
The combination of great furniture brands, artworks, finishes and craftsmanship makes the Sanlorenzo SX76 a true style manifesto, giving a harmony of contrasts in which luxury is as much a customisation as a homage to the Italian artistic expression in all its forms.