Cruise and Ferry Interiors - Autumn 2018

FOREWORD ABOUT THE COVER CONTENTS 3 Concept to reality: Lisa Lutoff-Perlo on the engineering feats onboard Celebrity Edge 6 Marketwatch: A roundup of the latest industry developments in onboard design 16 An evolution in interior design: De Jorio Design International’s rise to fame 20 Favourite spaces at sea: Executives celebrate the top spots on their vessels 29 New vistas: Carnival Cruise Line’s Petu Kummala discusses his design philosophy 32 Why experience matters: What’s key to delivering outstanding public spaces 38 The need for quality: Expert tips to discern product excellence 44 Parametric creativity: SMC Design’s process- orientated approach to design planning 46 Creating inspiring spaces: AD Associates’ work on Crystal Cruises’ first luxury expedition yacht 50 Better by design: Why business is booming at Tillberg Design of Sweden 52 Making dreams come true: How BG Studio International is challenging the ordinary 54 Sparking creativity: Insight into Studio DADO’s creative process 56 Why bolder is better: M Studio’s Alan McVitty on the top trends in cruise ship interior design 57 Breaking new ground: Why MJM Group is now firmly on the map for future global projects 58 From idea to reality: Carl Henriques of Imagine Hospitality Interiors on the need to focus on solutions 59 Low price means high cost: Elmo Leather’s Jimmy Ahlgren on the need to invest in quality 60 Opening doors to new opportunities: Antti Marine’s success story 61 Lighting up with LEDs: Why MSC Cruises has chosen systems from Elation Professional 61 Fighting fires at sea: Ansul’s automatic R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System 62 A true sign of success: How Bourne Group is expanding its offering 63 Improving the elevator experience: Insight into Schindler Marine’s intelligent PORT Technology 64 Resilience meets style: Forbo Flooring’s new offering 65 Supplier directory: Our guide to some of the finest interior suppliers The de Jorio name came to maritime prominence through Guiseppe, whose ingenuity enriched over 200 yachts, ferries and cruise ships. Nowadays Marco and Vittorio are at the healm of De Jorio Design International and it was Marco who agreed to share his musings in our cover story. This issue’s keynote, meanwhile, comes from Lisa Lutoff-Perlo. Fastidious about interior design, her insights about the technical innovations and challenges of new flagship Celebrity Edge inevitably deliver a rewarding read. More than once in these pages we reference the enhanced status of the interior designer, “We’re no longer considered the decorators!” says Tillberg Design of Sweden’s Fredrik Johansson. Actually, a number our designer interviews allude to an evolution in the scale of the role. Read more from AD Associates on page 46, Studio DADO’s Greg Walton on page 54 and SMC Design’s Andy Yuill on page 44. For over 20 years Cruise & Ferry Interiors has been the proud, but lonely, champion of the extraordinary talent within the maritime interior design and supplier community. It remains the only dedicated salute to those responsible for the most astonishing interiors at sea. But not for much longer. Our audience will finally all come together in person at the inaugural Cruise Ship Interiors Expo in Miami next June. As Trimline’s Mike Oliver recently remarked, this industry sub-sector will get the grand occasion it surely merits! And so our 2019 edition will move from its regular September slot to June, in time to get into the delegate bags at the show. Very likely more media channels will follow, we will welcome them all but will always secretly enjoy having been here for you first! Jon Ingleton Executive Editor, Cruise & Ferry Interiors Progressive design Executive editor Jon Ingleton Editor Rebecca Gibson Editorial team Lindsay James, Richard Humphreys Editorial contributors Michele Witthaus, Anthony Pearce Account managers Kimberley McLean, Shelly Palmer, Benedict Pask Publishing director Toby Ingleton Publisher Nolan Andrews Production manager Stuart Fairbrother Design Bruce Graham, Libby Sidebotham Cover image courtesy of De Jorio Design International Website development Chris Jackson Subscriptions and circulation Ritwik Bhattacharjee The front cover of this issue was created by De Jorio Design International and showcases the atrium onboard MSC Meraviglia, which was designed to be MSC Cruises’ most social ship. Sponsors: Publishing partners: imagine HOSPITALITY INTERIORS

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