Jonny Horsfield established the H2 design studio in London during 1994. In the early years of the business, they worked almost exclusively on yacht refit projects which gave them a broad experience of working with strict time frames in different design styles with varying budgets. During this period H2 built an enviable reputation amongst the yachting community for being the refit design experts. In this article, Luxury Yachts is going to explore 5 of their most extraordinary luxury yacht concepts, so be prepared to be inspired.
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A collaboration between H2 Yacht Design and Laurent Giles Superyacht Architects sees the development of Project Atlas, a modern motor Superyacht that utilises the efficiencies of sail power.
This extraordinary futuristic design has been fully engineered by Fincantieri Yachts.
A dramatically styled 85m concept developed for the Dutch ICON yard. There are two different versions of the design. A plumb bow design that is sharp and aggressive and a softer regular bow design.
BLADE combines iconic H2 styling cues with very specific luxury expedition credentials: massive tenders, swimming pool, refreshing and flexible interior spaces and vast exterior decks
H2 Yacht Design it is a London-based firm that was founded over twenty years ago, specialized in superyacht interior design and exterior styling. The director Jonny Horsfield and senior consultants have between them over 30 years experience in the yacht industry during which time they have been involved in over 100 superyacht projects.
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