Built by the Conrad shipyards in Gdansk, Ace C144 is the largest yacht ever built in Poland with its 44.5 metres in length - a perfect combination of flexibility, continuity and elegance. The interior design and styling project were managed by the Milan-based m²atelier studio, which brought Minotti's contemporary style on board.
The yacht's design embraces a versatile, informal concept for comfortable and relaxed living, where the seamless succession of indoor and outdoor spaces is emphasised by full-height sliding doors, and furnishings that appear to float above the floor.
Contemporary living concepts, applied to the different areas of the yacht, are immediately visible in the main salon, where the ethereal appearance of the Connery modular seating system by Rodolfo Dordoni, overlooking the outdoor deck, fills the space in a precise yet versatile way.
Connery's distinctive personality is also expressed in the bridge deck lounge: here, the squared modules are combined with a round chaise-longue which looks like an atoll and creates a tactile and welcoming island, perfect for relaxation.
A sober elegance characterises all the interiors of Ace C144, where the light tones of the wood and upholstery, the informal flexibility and openness to the outside provide a feeling of greater spaciousness, for a sailing experience in absolute freedom and harmony with the ocean landscape.