International architecture and design firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV) unveils the interior design for Navetta 30 – the new luxury yacht branded Custom Line.
Combining a sportive design with elegant finishing, the project perfectly integrates hi-tech nautical materials, such as carbon fibers, with elegant and top-quality details. Navetta 30 will be officially available on the market from September 2020. Articulated in four decks, the 28,43-meter-long boat conveys a sense of comfort thanks to a timeless design.
Embodying ACPV’s impeccable attention to detail and Custom Line’s flair for architecture, Navetta 30’s pieces of furniture are custom-made so to adapt to the boat’s layout, while maximizing the use of space. Smooth lines, well-balanced volumes and harmonious forms combine with craft works of natural leather, solid wood and multi-layer wood. The different spaces of Navetta 30 dialogue together thanks to an harmonic use of finishing and furniture.
The main access leading to the Salone Main Deck is characterized by sinuous lines and by the use of materials such as teak and ivory-colored fabrics, offering a modern-day retelling of the nautical tradition. The external spaces – perfectly mingling convivial and relax areas – are connected to the interiors through the use of wood pavements featuring longitudinal black inlays.
A Sunset Lounge, a Solarium, and the owner’s cabin strengthen the relationship between exterior and interior spaces: this relationship is even more predominant in the Lower Deck – hosting two VIP and two guest cabins, with en suite bathrooms featuring custom-made mosaics – as the design of each piece of furniture – designed by Antonio Citterio – is adapted to the shape of the hull.
ACPV design for Navetta 30 combines carbon fiber details, fiber-glass and quartz powder coatings, with sophisticated fabrics, offering a timeless and “sporty chic” design. Navetta 30 comes in two different moods: a more traditional wooden mood and a dynamic textured mood. Source by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel architecture.