One of the main talking points at this year's show is the huge influx of younger clientele, many of whom, including Luxury Projects, are focused on functionality, green technologies, and are determined to reduce their footprint on our planet.
“We’ve been rewarded with new young clients and new projects, we've expanded the studio for new possibiltiies to show our skills in interior design, 3D modelling, naval architecture and 3D platforms."
Earlier this year, Luxury Projects revealed their latest Spaceline Catamaran Series. The line, which consists of three models – a 26.8m Spaceline 88, a 36.5m Spaceline 120 and a 45.7m Spaceline 150 – was developed in collaboration with UltimateCatamarans.
The line will be constructed primarily from aluminum and powered by environmentally friendly powertrains. The possibility to be "hydrogen-ready" also included.
“This project has been a great challenge for us," says Pomponi.
"As we started to do the exterior design, we've been rewarded by a really wise investor."
Pomponi also touches on the brand's new custom builds and the latest Amels 60 in the works, a concept that appears to have a very simple architecture, but also allows for later customisation of the build.
"Every client is different. We are lucky that our clients like modern, contemporary design, and have taste close to what we create."