Nicolò Piredda is an Italian designer known for his take on luxury yacht design, having an interesting portfolio in that regard. One of his most recent ideas that he came up with consists of a new superyacht design imagined for German shipyard Lürssen which takes the concept of Art Déco and applies it nicely to the interior yacht decoration.
The new yacht concept by Nicolò Piredda is called NEXT and it consists of a 62m vessel with a unique look to the outside, specifically its outside curvy features that give it its hull a unique look. Its superstructure also comes with curved lines in its design, as well as a curved line from the bow to the stern which makes the ship look and feel like eye candy to those who look at it.
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For this new yacht concept, Nicolò Piredda decided to put aside the classic teak decks and replacing them with synthetic flooring materials, which might be seen by some people as in interesting step in regards to a new take on luxury yacht design. The foredeck of NEXT has enough space to host two tenders as well as two jet skis.
It’s when one looks at the concept of the interior decor that the original concept that Nicolò Piredda had in mind becomes clearer. For the interior decor of the luxury vessel, the designer took a lot of inspiration from Art Déco elements from the 1920s and 1930s and combined them with the latest minimalistic trends that have become trends for the interior design community. Yellow mellow happens to be the dominating colour of this yacht even in the furnishings decorating the saloon.
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Among some of the relevant features of NEXT by Nicolò Piredda, we can count the owner’s area (complete with a relaxation space and an impressively big office), as well as a gym, sauna and beach club, all three of them located at the lower deck. This ship also has enough space for up to ten guests and a crew of fifteen.