SuperyachtDESIGN Week, London

Yacht aficionados will be heading for London at the end of June to enjoy the third successive SuperyachtDESIGN Week. Let Baroque Travel make sure you don’t miss out on the action

 

From June 23rd to 25th, SuperyachtDESIGN Week returns for the third successive year at Chelsea Harbour in London. This popular three-day yachting event attracts the crowds who come to view the displays of creative and innovative design, attend workshops on the latest design topics and take part in discussions with key industry speakers.

 

Unlike other super yacht events, Design Week enables those who are interested in yacht design as  well as the industry’s most creative companies to exchange ideas and find out what’s new and innovative in yacht design. It has become a popular platform for the industry to get together, exchange ideas, showcase their wares and explore the craftsmanship that the yacht designing world is known for.

 

One of the highlights of SuperyachtDESIGN Week is exploring the Design Centre showrooms at Chelsea Harbour to see what is on display. Some of the collections on display include a selection of exquisite tiles by Ann Sacks, called the Beau Monde collection, which are popular with yacht owners because they are lightweight and unique.

 

Bespoke furniture is another highlight at the Design Furniture, and one that stands out is Black & Key’s tables, which are produced to bespoke sizes in various finishes and veneers. Decca Furniture has a variety of tables on display including a striking side table by Dakota Johnson that is part of their Cosmopolitan line.

 

Look out for the pattern called Saskia from Lewis and Wood, part of an ongoing collaboration with London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Apparently, the pattern was inspired by an 18th Century dress and can be adapted to fit any yacht design scheme.

 

Other fascinating items on display include a range of locks created by Nanz, a company that is the first to combine rare earth magnets and pneumatic springs. Especially created for a marine environment, the Magnet Lock by Nanz is both innovative and stylish and is made up of stainless steel and brass components.

 

There are exquisite lamps, fabrics, rugs as well as various items of furniture on display at Design Center, all ideal for a yacht interior. If you would would like to visit the show in London why not contact Baroque Travel right away, info@baroquetravel.com  and we will arrange everything for you, from flights and accommodation to admission to this excellent yacht show. For more information on SuperyachtDESIGN Week, visit their website, www.SuperyachtDESIGNWeek.com