At Imagicasa, we have shown before that Febrero Studio knows how to create beautiful interiors with a southern touch. With summer in sight, we are also happy to share this yacht, for which they recently provided new furnishings. Softness prevails here, both in the colours and fabrics.
Owning your own yacht probably seems like a distant dream to many, but of course you can always dream away and take inspiration from existing designs. The Spanish Febrero Studio gives an idea of the possibilities in such a project. For the Italian company Nomad, they provided a completely new interior for their Mangusta 108 model. The aim was to optimise all spaces by bringing the comfort of a home to a yacht. That result was achieved by thoroughly changing the layout of the living spaces. In the revamped interior, the main focus was on convivial gatherings, for example by integrating a bar. The dining and living rooms are very cosy and encourage social contact. In total, the yacht has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a living and dining area, a large outdoor living area, a jacuzzi, a kitchen, three cabins with bedroom and bathroom, and a lounge for the crew. There is plenty of space to fully enjoy your holiday.
The original finishes of the last renovations were replaced by soft materials
The interior finish has a very soft effect thanks to the neutral tones and tactile fabrics. The original finishes of the last renovations were replaced by soft materials for a warm, relaxing atmosphere. Thus, tinted oak, natural teak, natural limestone, carpet and vinyl wall coverings were used. Even those who do not immediately set their eyes on a yacht cannot help but enjoy looking at this work by Febrero Studio. The interior design of this yacht feels at least as luxurious as that of an impressive home, and on top of that you get the beautiful surroundings of the sea. Photography by Germán Saiz