The design mantram of the designer, Marty Lowe, “being one with the sea” are evidenced once again in the overall design of the 126 Sanlorenzo.
Light filled interior spaces achieved by opening terraces, folding, stacking bulkheads, gull wing opening window and oversized glass provide fresh sea breezes and incredible views. Particular attention has been paid to every exterior space to optimize the tranquility and serenity of the cruising lifestyle. Exterior moments are offered with bow and bridge pools and spas, dining /grilling areas and extra deep lounges with overhead coverage and a drop down television perfect for movie nights.
Industrial inspired furnishings are artfully layered with custom bronze sculptural elements, taupe stained oak
, and textural stone mosaics to express an inspired spirit with a refined, creative edginess. The inherent curve of the yacht’s hull side is p
urposefully showcased to further the industrial vibe of this décor concept. The salon furniture layout is an experiment to create a “multi-tasking “environment with a dynamic air that characterizes different moments in the day and different ways of using the salon to enjoy the intimacy of family or entertain friends in an elegant yet informal setting .
Bronze ceiling panels with linear, deliberately diagonal LED lights add yet another element of design.
A protagonist for the dining area is the moodily illuminated bronze
niche with an asymmetrical sculpture display cube. The heads feature custom designed bronze “hanging “mirrors and “floating” head vanities against mosaic tiles.
This yacht presents the ultimate expression of artisanal luxury with hints of the rustic and exotic and the beauty of authentic handcraftsmanship.