I am often asked from where I draw inspiration for design projects. It’s a difficult question to answer. As a designer you’re always observing and absorbing the world around you, noticing details, shapes, finishes and asking yourself why something is the way it is. Sometimes the origin of an…Read More
Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Insight into the creative processes and collaborations behind the interior design of the double award-winning 44m/144’ aluminium sailing yacht Salperton III (now Artemis); Part 2 of 2.
Because Salperton III was already in-build when we won the contract to design the interior we had some immediate technical challenges to overcome….Read More
Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Insight into the creative processes and collaborations behind the interior design of the double award-winning 44m/144’ aluminium sailing yacht Salperton III (now Artemis); Part 1 of 2.
Ed Dubois introduced me to the owner of Salperton in 2004. He had previously built the 53m/174ft Alloy Yachts built ketch…Read More
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
Whilst working for John Munford from 1995 until 2002 there was a photograph hanging on the studio wall of Endeavour outside the Royal Huisman Shipyard. It was taken from the top of the mast during the launch party and is a truly unforgettable image.
Monday, August 3rd, 2015
The Sarp Yachts 46m motor yacht is the first yacht to be constructed at a new shipyard in Antalya, Turkey.
I am writing this on my way back from my most recent visit to Sarp Yachts’ immaculate and impressively organised shipyard where we are currently overseeing the latter stages of…Read More