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News: Pierrejean Design Studio Continues to Excel

May 6, 2010 by Superyacht News
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Pierrejean Design Studio, a super yacht designing firm, has been consistently working on futuristic and fluid designs. Recently the studio has garnered a lot of attention for its 141m mega yacht – Swift 141, which needs to be released at the end of 2010. Swift 141, which consists of modern exterior and interior design, is the first motor yacht designed by Pierrejean to sail in waters after its delivery from ADMShipyards.

Since 1975, the main focus for Pierrejean Design Studio was aircraft and yacht design. Its impressive portfolio not only included the styling of beautiful sailing yachts and leading mega yachts Swift 141 and Swift 135 but also custom aircraft interiors for heads of state such as Jacques Chirac and Silvio Berlusconi.

Gradually, Pierrejean Design Studio moved into designing aviation interiors, both commercial and private, for specific heads of state and other elite clients. This made the Paris based studio more popular in the market. Moreover, it has also been associated with the elegant 75m schooner Phocea and the 42m racing yacht Friday Star for designing their classic interiors for last 35 years.

The main business for the Pierrejean studio remains to be that of designing the interiors and exteriors of superyachts. However, over the years it has also developed various interesting new models such as the 51m racing catamaran in association with the world-famous Abu Dhabi MAR Group. Another such yacht is the 60m Olga with its minimalistic interior especially designed for a Russian client.

While making M/Y Swift 141, the team of Pierrejean Designs was strongly committed to create a design for its exteriors which is beautiful, different from the existing yachts in the market and also possess a natural charm similar to a Dolphin. Closely looking at the yacht, one can notice that it has an exceptional and narrow profile. It consists of a steel hull of ex- Royal Dutch Navy Frigate with an attractive lightweight composite superstructure. This motor yacht can easily house 60 guests in its generous decks and interiors. In addition to this, the guests can also enjoy the service of up to 56 crew members.

The other yacht from the same flagship – Swift 135 is likely to have a similar, naturalistic design. This yacht will be featuring a narrow profile GRP superstructure on top of a narrow, steel frigate hull and is expected to be rolled out in 2011. The professionals at Pierrejean Design have aimed at incorporating designs which integrate the exteriors and the interiors. Bio-rhythmic designs are such designs which work upon bringing in natural lines and creative lighting. With such interesting characteristics, both Swift 141 and Swift 135, are expected to take over some of the leading yachts in the industry once they are submitted to their owners.

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