Reymond Langton Design
The superyacht design studio Reymond Langton Design was founded in 2001 by design partners Pascale Reymond and Andrew Langton. Reymond had previously studied in her home country of France, gaining a Masters degree in Art History from La Sorbonne before moving to London where she studied for further diplomas at Chelsea College of Art and Kingston University in interior design and 3D design. Langton, meanwhile, completed a degree in Transport Design. Both had over a decade of experience in superyacht design before setting up Reymond Langton Design together.
The Reymond Langton Design interior for 134-metre Fincantieri superyacht Serene – ranked eleventh in the Top 100 Largest Yachts list – marks the studio’s most significant superyacht interior design to date. Other Reymond Langton superyachts include the interior and exterior design of 91-metre superyacht Orchid, the interior design of the Lürssen 94-metre Global, the Nobiskrug yacht Mogambo, and a string of other large motor yachts.
As well as creating an extraordinary variety of superyacht interior styles and exterior lines, Reymond Langton Design yachts include concepts in partnership with leading shipyards. The studio worked with Abeking & Rasmussen to develop a 63 metre luxury yacht using the ultra-stable Abeking SWATH hull platform. The team has won several awards including a ShowBoats Design Award for 40 metre Hakvoort Apostrophe and a World Superyacht Award for yacht Mogambo.