With less than a month to go before SuperyachtDESIGN Week, we would like to give you a quick tour of what you can expect from our showroom partners…
Working closely along designers such as Bannenberg & Rowell and Andrew Winch, it is easy to see why Davidson furniture has found its place in the yachting market. Oozing sophistication, their beautiful collections look like they belong on the latest and greatest superyachts.
Fabrics, wallpapers and trimmings are Dedar’s speciality and it is easy to see why exclusive locations such as La Mamounia, Marrakech and Hotel Vendome, Paris have chosen this showroom’s prints to help turn their premises into design destinations. Currently in collaboration with exclusive design house Hermes, Dedar’s foray into the superyacht industry has been hugely successful.
With a showroom carefully composed of the finest furnishings from names such as Fendi Casa and Kenzo Maison, Interior Supply take pride in sourcing designer furnishings. With an impressive portfolio and over 20 years experience the team can pull together “yachting chic” in the blink of an eye.
J Robert Scott
Epitomising finesse, J Robert Scott offers owners and interior designers the availability to modify existing designs, thereby making the complex process of fitting a luxurious vessel an easy ride. Their bespoke items and hand-building history have afforded them a solid reputation in the superyacht industry.
Waltzing into Summit’s showroom creates the illusion that you could be standing on the deck of a 75m moored off Capri. Cool, calm and painfully stylish their teak deck furniture focuses on marrying the opposing elements of comfort and functionality.
Tai Ping has become a name synonymous with craft and customisation, with the aim of preserving the artistry of hand-made carpets. Their vast showroom in the Design Centre East is an Aladdin’s cave of tapestry, carpet tiles and colour.