At the end of each year, the internationally acclaimed luxury design and architecture reference Architectural Digest always distinguishes 100 revolutionary architects and designers whose work has had quite an impact in the industry. Now, Luxury Yachts will talk about three designers that were featured on the coveted 2018 AD100 list that have actually worked on yachts before, including the likes of John Pawson, Mark Hampton LLC. (managed by Alexa Hampton) and Waldo’s Design.
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John Pawson is a British architectural designer whose work is known for its minimalist aesthetic. His body of work spans a broad range of scales and typologies, from private houses to galleries as well as hotels and yacht interiors, including Perini Navi’s Baracuda Ketch or the B60 Sloop, which was the result of a collaboration with Milan-based designer, Luca Brenta.
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According to Alexa Hampton, the owner and president of the firm, their signature style can be particularised as an “Eclectic design that is as logical as it is unique.” From New York City to Hangzhou, China, Mark Hampton LLC project portfolio encompasses luxe, beautifully layered urban apartments, expansive town, and country residences, private aeroplanes, and even yachts.
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Focusing on bringing personality to a space, Waldo Fernandez mashes elements from venerable styles with groundbreaking novelties. Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are among his most valuable clients. Waldo’s Designs projects include many high-end private residences, restaurants, hotels on both coasts, numerous Hawaiian estates, riding stables, executive offices, yachts and private planes.
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Source: Architectural Digest