The timeless elegance of the Minotti furnishing pieces characterises the latest Custom Line, in a perfect synthesis of comfort and technological performance.
A distinctive element of the open-air spaces is the Sunray seating system by Rodolfo Dordoni: an enveloping design capable of creating a feeling of intimacy even when the gaze stretches as far as the horizon. In continuity with this concept, the Daiki Outdoor seats designed by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, with their wooden bodies, perfectly blend with the sailing aesthetic, enhancing the sense of conviviality around which the entire yacht design was conceived.
Every detail of Custom Line 140' has been designed with great attention, including colours and finishes: the interiors sport neutral and natural shades brought to life by textures designed to satisfy the senses of touch and sight. This means that the design and architectural solutions perfectly interwine with the finishes of the furnishing pieces, creating a harmonious composition that allows the shipowner and his guests to enjoy life on board with total freedom in the use of space, and also with absolute privacy.
From the living spaces on deck, with Rodolfo Dordoni’s Connery seating system accompanied by the Torii armchairs designed by Nendo, to the more private intimacy of the small balcony in the suite furnished with the Daiki Outdoor lounge little armchair, the choice of furnishing pieces features refined neutral tones, but also touches of deeper colour to recall the nuances of the sea.
While in the cabin the floor-to-ceiling windows offer direct contact with the sea, on the decks one can also enjoy life under the open sky at lunch and dinnertime: the Terrace table, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, shapes the place that animates these moments of joyful sharing. Around it, the Daiki Outdoor little armchairs by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27 also offer a comfortable and soft haven for playing games, reading and entertaining guests. Because every moment spent in this floating world is a source of beauty and warmth.