UK, London. The strength of SuperyachtDESIGN Week continues to grow, with the support of three illustrious bronze partners: DKT Artworks, Jotun and LuxperienceLab. The event will once again take place in London’s Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour from 28 – 30 June.
The bespoke designs of DKT Artworks have adorned the interiors of yachts and marine vessels for over 20 years, most notably the Queen May 2. Based in south-west London, the studio produces distinctive pieces for projects across the globe. With a wide-range of expertise, DKT Artworks have completed projects for private residences, retail spaces, restaurants and commercial properties alongside their extensive marine portfolio.
The event also welcomes paint expert Jotun as bronze partner for the first time this year. Offering their expertise as one of the world’s leading paint companies, Jotun not only manufactures paint and protective coatings for the marine environment, but also a drive for innovation with extensive investment in R&D throughout the world.
Following on from their success as an SuperyachtDESIGN Week showcase in 2015, LuxperienceLab return this year as a bronze partner. Acclaimed for their interactive installations onboard yachts. Using the latest in technology, the LuxperienceLab team are experts at creating one of a kind experiences for yacht owners. Karin Zwiers, brand manager remarks, “We are partnering with SYDW for the third time as it is an excellent platform for our industry to talk about all aspects of design in yachting. There are many creative sessions, exhibitions, talks and workshops organised that inspire and provoke discussions amongst key industry players.”
The programme for SuperyachtDESIGN Week 2016 is now available. To find out more information and register your attendance, click here.
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