was built by German shipyard Nobiskrug and was delivered to her owner in March of 2020. Timeless yet modern, harmonious interior refined with decorative furniture, hybrid propulsion system and green electricity from the photovoltaic system: the motor yacht MY Artefact is anything but ordinary and combines unique design with clever engineering.
Timeless and yet modern, a harmonious interior refined with decorative individual pieces of furnitures, a hybrid propulsion system as well as green electricity from the photovoltaic system: MY Artefact is anything but ordinary. On board the 80-metre luxury yacht, List GC took the wishes of the climate-conscious owner into consideration while also delivering a stunningly impressive living experience. List GC realised the interior for the entire Family Deck including the owner’s area and the cinema as well as the Main Salon and Dining Salon on the Main Deck. The Tai Chi Area, the Bridge and Captain area, the Corridor and the Gym were also fitted by List GC.
The sophisticated interior design becomes clear in the three-dimensional forms of the furnishings, in the wall and ceiling panelling, and in the free-hanging elements – all of which bear the hallmark of Pascale Reymond of Reymond Langton Design. More than anything else, the designer was thrilled and inspired by the luxury yacht’s extensive use of glass. In total, about 750 m² of glass weighing almost 60 tonnes was installed. This gave rise to a few challenges for the interior fit-out. The shipyard counted on the experience of List GC for the task.
A special feature of the interior are the three-dimensional elements, which lend the rooms of MY Artefact a touch of individuality. For example, corrugated leather panels decorate the ceiling in the owner’s office, VIP cabins and cinema. The eye-catcher in the main salon is the wooden ribbed ceiling, which is made from a large number of individual wooden ribs. The ceiling is surrounded by backlit panels clad with leather. In the main salon, List GC processed bleached quilted maple for the walls, which was assembled into wave shapes with narrow 3D panels to create a striking, three-dimensional effect.