, 2022-10-06 07:00:00,
If you’ve been onboard a superyacht, you’ve likely walked on a handmade carpet or rug produced by Luxury Carpet Studio. In an industry unparalleled in class and luxury the devil is in the details, every time. Flooring plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the experience and life onboard is to the standards expected from our industry.
Luxury Carpet Studio worked alongside Francesco Paskokwski on Cantiere delle Marche’s 40-metre RJ 130, and SuperYacht Times caught up with Vincenzo Solenne, CEO of the bespoke carpet maker to hear more about the project. Photo: Guillaume PlissonYou supplied and designed the flooring for CdM’s superyacht RJ 130, can you tell us a little about the choice materials and the reasoning behind these decisions?
Design choices are usually the result of clear input from the owner. After discussions between designer and client, where we look at all the decorative aspects, comes the trickiest phase of the project: finding a functional, sustainable solution to fit the instructions we received.
For the RJ 130’ Class project our client the design imperative was to create an ambiance that imbued softness, elegance and a heightened perception of luxury. To create this we opted for a heavy use of natural materials, such as bamboo, virgin and merino wools and silk.CdM’s RJ…
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