In partnership with Summit Furniture, we have created a series of Private Conversations to be hosted in London & Monaco. These are intimate pop-up events for a very select group of individuals, who will be treated to a unique and inspiring conversation with some of the most exciting and interested minds in the world of architecture, design and innovation.

The first Superyacht Design Summit will be hosted in the privacy of the Summit Furniture Showroom on the 6 March during London Design Week, at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. Only 50 VIP members of the superyacht design community will enjoy an exclusive and private conversation with Mr David Nelson, head of design at Foster & Partners, one of the world’s leading architectural practices.

The topic of conversation will explore the world of “Energy Efficiency, Sustainability, Renewables, Reusable Thinking & Intelligent Architecture of the Future” – using the new iconic Bloomberg HQ as an intelligent case study. As superyacht owners, builders and designers consider the future of our industry and the idea of energy efficiency and sustainability becomes part of the new client language, this exclusive conversation will be a hugely relevant and entertaining event.

This unique and exclusive event is complimentary to superyacht designers, naval architects, shipyards, project managers and owner's representatives and is limited to only 50 VIP guests, so if you would like to attend please contact our VIP Concierge, Leticia Rivero to apply for a seat at the Summit.

(Please note that Brunch will be served from 09:30 and the event will start at 10:00 until 12:00).



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Design Centre Chelsea Harbour

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