Just on the east coast of Italy there is a seaport city called Ancona where in the sea you will find amazing floating palaces – hidden shipyard fuses metals with extraordinary fabrics. The view doesn’t surprise, if you know that since 1963 the place is full of CRN luxurious and giant 90 meter long boats made from large slabs of steel and aluminum. And here as well you can find an office filled with fabrics and interior details – it’s the working place of Costanza Pazzi – yachts’ interior designer. CRN is proud to have her, because for C. Pazzi there is nothing impossible, there isn’t no word “no” in her vocabulary. She overcomes all the industry regulations, budget limits and unforeseeable changes and make whatever fits the powerful and wealthy clients’ of her.
Mrs. Pazzi walked a long road to stand where she is now. She started with graduating from Florence university where she studied architecture. After this she didn’t stopped, and continued studies in Ecole d’architecture de paris for yacht design and during two years period learned everything that yachts’ interior designer should know about interior and exterior. She finished her studies period with the university politecnico in Milan, where she crafted her art to the high standards of Italian design.
The first boat that she designed for CRN was called ‘darlings danama’ and since then she did and amazing job and completed some of the most spectacular interior for the Italian mega yacht company in its long history.
Coztanza Pazzi now understand that her work was inspired by her lifestyle from the childhood. In summer she always spend time on the boat with her fathers and brothers. The environment let her feel the love for boats and now every time she try to create something new in every boat.
C.Pazzi says that she never put the same details into each project. Each one is completely different, with new challenges and working with different architects. It’s not like a building, she admits. There are different rules. But she very proud of her unique design of every boat as it improve her portfolio very much.
Passionate architect admits that the best reward for long work of creating yachts’ design is when she see her boats in the water, at the day of the launch. That’s the best day for her.
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