BOHEMIAN TRADITION INTERSECTS WITH UNCONVENTIONAL YACHT INTERIOR LIGHTING
"Light can be sensual; it can be comforting; it can be even dangerous. It goes beyond science or nature, or even art. It is as potent as life itself".
The luxury Czech-based company with years of experience provides in-house consulting and realization of construction, drawings, design, as well as in-house production. The assembly hall enables skilled designers and engineers to oversee the entire construction which means even the smallest details are taken care of before the product leaves factory.
The design process includes solutions that help isolate all possible sources of resonation in metal and glass parts, even in complex installations composed of thousands of trimmings. This means that lighting design is ready to sail from the moment installation is complete.
Preciosa creates unique chandeliers, wall lights, decorative objects, and floor or furniture inlays as well as various options for columns and balustrades. One of the latest and most beautiful lighting installation is an outstanding Pearl Wave, that made its debut at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.
More than 700 handmade triplex opal spheres are suspended on gold finished metal rods, where highlight is the fascinating interactive element. “This is a dynamic, people-driven light specially designed for yachts. It is the perfect lighting partner for all your special onboard celebrations”, said Michael Vasku, Creative Director for Preciosa.
Selection of chandeliers specially designed for superyacht interiors that can become a unique and an elegant addition to any yacht interior luxurious space include products like: SeAnne, Apollo, Nebula, Argo and Asteria. Each of them is timeless and inspired by different feelings.
Company provided lighting to the most exquisite luxury yachts and biggest cruise lines including current longest superyacht in the world, Disney Cruise Line (including the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Magic ships), Norwegian Cruise Line (including the 2018 Norwegian Bliss), Royal Caribbean International, and Seven Seas Explorer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises considered the most luxury cruise ship to date.
Every light installation goes through rigorous testing to ensure a perfect onboard experience. Their ‘silent block’ technology results in tremble-free lights and trimmings no matter the size of the installation, or the waves. A vibration test, in turn, verifies the quality of construction during production, while the durability of materials is tested in a salty chamber.
Light is the magical element that makes or breaks a space, enhances color, form and texture. It's this magical element that puts design in the right shape, creating expression of a structure with great delicacy of detail.
For more visit: www.preciosalighting.com