First Photos of New ISA 45m Granturismo Interior

First Photos of New ISA 45m Granturismo Interior

15 march 2020

Since its "relaunch", the ISA Italian shipyard (now part of the Palumbo Superyachts) has been expanding its production volume. Now 8 new yachts are being built at a time in Ancona, including two 45-meter ones from the Granturismo sports series.  

Their architecture was developed by the engineering division of Palumbo Superyachts, while Enrico Gobbi completed the exterior design and Dini Design & Architecture is responsible for the interior. 

The owner of the first ISA 45M GT prefers functional things, simple materials and natural colors: the interior of the first boat was developed based on these wishes. Light oak, bleached teak, carbon, steel and glass are key features of the decoration. Dark metal details provide contrast, and accents of red and blue are added so that the interior does not seem too "industrial." Carbon elements and eye-catching stitched leather are inspired by the automotive industry.

Curtains and blinds are almost invisible, and sunlight filter systems put into place only where necessary to enhance comfort and create a "magical" atmosphere due to the interplay of light and shadow. A special solution is the effect of soft carpeting: it is created by mixing strips of differently treated wood. The same pattern "climbs" on the door, creating optical illusions. Free-standing furniture was selected from various Italian designers - from the world-known (Achille Castiglioni, Caccia Dominioni) to small companies with an innovative approach.




ISA 45M GranturismoISA 45M Granturismo, despite its sporty style, is a very comfortable yacht with voluminous interior space and a large area of open decks. Dynamic, high-tech and, frankly, special ... The first ISA 45 GT is due to premiere in September 2020 at the Monaco Yacht Show. The second hill will be handed over to the customer in 2021.

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