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Essenziale is an interior design concept, realized in partnership with Benetti shipyard for the Oasis 40 mt and designed for a young audience willing to twist boating classical stylistic canons.

The project stems from the need to create an interior design concept suitable for a young audience, that wants to live the boat in a different and innovative way. A true house, between sky and water.
The guideline of the project is the word essenziale (essential in English). The concept is rich and refined, with no overstatement.


Essential, indeed. Essential are the architectural lines, colours and materials. 

Starting from the main salon, two versions have been realised: the first one is informal, and the typical dining area has been replaced by a bar; the second one is more traditional and meets the usual requests by the owners.
In the informal version of the main salon, importance is given to space sharing more than the classicalfunctional canons. The space is designed to enjoy seamless continuity between inside and outside. All the window may be opened to create a single and unique room.

Regarding the chosen materials, the birch is the principal wood, used in two different tones and enriched with precious finishes in titanium and marble. The floor has been thought out of the box, realised with a random pattern of oak wood.
The loose furniture is expression of made in Italy and is modern and light.

The owner’s cabin is the representation of essentiality together with elegance. It expands all the way up to the deck from port side to starboard side, connecting the bedroom with a tiny private living space designed to have some privacy within the cabin itself. 

The space is equipped with two dressing rooms, one for mister, one for madame, and relative separate bathrooms.
The bathroom is extremely minimal, with a free-standing tub which is not usual for a yacht, but much valued by young generations. Everything is sublimated by the choice of precious materials, such as Carnic Grey and Olympian silver marbles.

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