This interior yacht has designed to offer different spaces and adapt to each type of passengers. A modular wall divides the whole boat, while giving the opportunity to open the entire bridge.
This 32-meter motor Trimaran was created with an appropriate design for two different applications : navigating the high seas or accessing wild low sea shores. It also shelter passengers in a protected space respecting their living habits.
Céline is a French designer, evolving into different fields such as transportation design, architecture and product design. She is a graduate from Strate School of Design in Paris, where she earned a degree in industrial design in 2014.
Céline has been fascinated by boats ever since she was a young girl and that is where her passion for design comes from. She enjoys drawing her inspiration from her environment and always has travelling in the back of her mind in order to learn more about different creative cultures and create new meaning and aestheticism for products.
Her training in interior and specialization in yacht design allowed her to take part in the development of multidisciplinary projects. Concurrently with her studies, the young French designer had the chance to work abroad and collaborate with Marco Casali in Rome, Italy and Princess Yachts in Plymouth, England. Moreover, she worked in a London maritime design studio in 2015.
Céline believes in a new way for design that would combine both new technologies and progress while keeping in mind the history of the product.