Heesen’s just-delivered “Moskito” has an aggressive exterior, thanks to vertical windows and dramatic overhang. But the interior is all about comfort.
Cotton, feathers and hemp are used instead of leathers and woods, while non-reusable eggshells mimic coral and pearl on walls and tables.
Heesen’s Project Gemini makes excellent use of the interior spaces, maximizing natural light and creating unusual features like the secluded health center in the beach club.
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The vessel’s super-efficient hull and new interior layout, give her an edge in the highly competitive 55-meter class.
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