The multidisciplinary studio Ciarmoli Queda has done the interior design for Dream, a superyacht with 6 decks and a length of 106 meters

More than a yacht, Dream is a true ship whose interiors have been designed to respond to the requirements of a superyacht of the latest generation. It has 23 guest cabins, a lobby of 400 square meters, various dining rooms including indoor and outdoor spaces designed to host 44 persons, as well as a Teppanyaki area, various lounges, a spa, a home theater and a panoramic pool. There are many other zones for an experience of the sea in maximum comfort.

Structured around paneling that acts as a shared element connecting private and conversation areas, just as in the rooms of Versailles, with a magic touch, the interior design of Dream by Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda brings multiple worlds together in a single space.

A game of references to the great masters of decoration and design, like Jean-Michel Frank and Jean Prouvé, creates a novel idea of contemporary luxury. A combination of technology and crafts. All balanced through the use of five carefully selected dominant colors, creating an atmosphere of grace, underscoring the love of the sea expressed through symbols and creatures depicted with realism in trompe l'oeil mosaics on the floors, or inside the elevators, transformed to provide a voyage under the waves.

For this important nautical interior design project Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda have worked with outstanding international brands like Yachtline 1618 SpA, Marine Leather, Annibale Colombo, Flexform, Ferreira de Sà, Loro Piana, Rubelli, Donghia, Officina Ciani, Tabu, Paola Lenti, Rosenthal and others.