Italian architect and designer Achille Salvagni is known for his dynamic adaptation of modernism, his imaginative take on luxury, and his meticulous attention to detail. With an exhibition of his new furniture designs on view at Manhattan's Maison Gerard, the designer takes us inside one of his most sumptuous creations, a custom super-yacht.
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Numptia is a 230-foot-long yacht designed by Rome-based architect and interior designer, Achille Salvagni. The yacht was built by Rossinavi, one of Italy's most innovative and prestigious shipyards. Photo: Carlo Borlenghi.
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The expansive formal living area. All components were designed specifically for the yacht, with every detail considered. Even the hinges and door handles were custom made. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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Salvagni's client requested elegance as well as comfort. With this in mind, Salvagni produced stunning interiors while also maintaining an understated and relaxed luxury, exemplified by the family room with a wall-size aquarium. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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The dining area, with a custom light fixture and plaster mural. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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The bar area was specially conceived for entertaining. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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The master bedroom suite. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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Another view of the master suite. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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The deck and pool. Photo: Massimo Listri.
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The parchment-covered Palatino cabine, in an edition of six, with a bronze top and decorations of lapis lazuli, one of the pieces in Salvagni's exhibition of new furniture designs, on view at Maison Gerard in Manhattan, through January 31, 2018. Photo: Arian Camilleri.
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The Elana light fixture of burnished bronze and onyx. Photo: Jesse Untracht-Oakner.
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The bronze and marble Tango console, in an edition of six. Photo: Arian Camilleri.