While the modern exteriors of Fifty-Five were penned by Ginton Naval Architects and Liman, the design of the décor and interior configuration were overseen by Enrico Lumini and Antonio Romano of Hot Lab.
“We began our approach by listening to the owner’s special requests. He didn’t have a specific idea in mind for the interior, but suggested inspiration from hotels that he has stayed in,” detailed Enrico Lumini.
Designed to accommodate the large family of the owner, Fifty-Five can host up to 12 guests in six staterooms, all featuring Missoni Home bedding and cushions.
The master cabin is located on the main deck while two VIP cabins, a twin and an additional transversal VIP cabin are situated on the lower deck. For flexible sleeping arrangements that allow for parents to share rooms with their children, there are a total of three pullman beds.
Furniture in the main saloon and deck dining area has been selected from Minotti and Royal Botania. Hot Lab also collaborated with Dahlgren Duck to decorate the interior with accessories such as vases, frames, ornaments, books and centrepieces.
Design highlights on board Fifty-Five include the upper deck, which boasts a swimming pool aft and Jacuzzi, sunbathing area and drinks bar forward of the wheelhouse.
There is also a gym that has been equipped with strength training and cardio equipment by Technogym and formal dining areas located inside and out.
Hot Lab head of design, Enrico Lumini said: “We began this project as a team, working directly with the owner, surveyor, and shipyard technical department to complete this project.
“We had the chance to work in a renowned facility to create something that’s high standard, which was the goal of the owner from the start."
Following the delivery, the steel and aluminium superyacht is enjoying its first summer season in the Mediterranean, cruising around the Greek islands.