It’s enough of a feat for a designer to bring a client’s vision for their home to life.
To reach into their minds and pull out all the ways that person will live in that
space: where they’ll eat breakfast; where they’ll tackle their paperwork or tend to
the gardening; where they’ll gather with friends and family or steal a few moments
of quiet repose. And, all the while, keeping in mind their likes, dislikes, preferred
color palettes, materials, millwork, space planning, furniture, fixtures, accessories,
and personalized details that must work in harmony with the architecture and
craftsmanship of the house.
But, what happens when those living spaces are whipping through the sky
40,000 feet above ground, or navigating the high seas at 50 knots while braving
saltwater spray, strong winds, and rainstorms? Suddenly, designing interiors
takes on a whole new meaning.
March & White
sees a focus on fun,
wellbeing as a new
direction in superyachts.
(Image: March & White)