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March & White opens superyacht division and announces 100m-plus project

The London-based interior design studio March & White has set up a dedicated superyacht division – and hooked a 100m-plus motor yacht as its first project.

The new department will be led by director Wayne Parker, who joins the company from Terence Disdale Design, supported by Helena Howcroft, from Reymond Langton Design and the March and White design team.

‘Building on my existing relationships within the yacht industry I am excited to introduce March & White and looking forward to growing the division,’ says Parker. ‘One of our current major projects is the interior design for a 100m-plus yacht and it is exciting to bring the March & White design ethos into the project.’

The studio, comprising 25 designers, was founded by Elliot March and James White. To date the company’s projects have included high-end residential commissions, restaurant, hotel and members’ club interiors in London as well as internationally for royal families, major corporations and society figures.

‘Our clients have created the need for our new superyacht division,’ says March. ‘We have been asked to extend our design approach throughout all aspects of their lifestyles and so it makes perfect sense to bring a new expert team together. Wayne brings his innate sense of style to our studio as well as a wealth of experience and mastery honed from working on some of the largest and prestigious yacht builds in recent years.’

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