Sanlorenzo Asia Office To Open Beside Simpson Marine in Singapore
Designed by Piero Lissoni, the first Sanlorenzo Asia office adjoins Simpson Marine’s Singapore headquarters in Sentosa Cove and opens in May.
Sanlorenzo Asia has completed the construction of its flagship office, which overlooks ONE˚15 Marina, Sentosa Cove in Singapore and is scheduled to begin operations in May. The office was designed by Piero Lissoni of Lissoni Associati and is connected to the new Singapore office of Simpson Marine, Sanlorenzo’s partner in Asia.
Sanlorenzo Asia – a collaboration between the shipyard and Simpson Marine – has represented the Italian builder in the region since 2015.
Nick Stratton, Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager, said: “We have delivered a number of Sanlorenzo yachts throughout Southeast Asia including new models like the SX88, SL102 Asymmetric and the imposing SD126, while a spectacular 44Alloy from our superyacht division is expected to arrive early next year, adding to an impressive and growing fleet.
“The opening of the Singapore flagship office further demonstrates our commitment to the region and reflects the outstanding success we have had with the brand in recent years. A natural hub for our Southeast Asian activities, this beautiful lounge will be a space for owners to enjoy and for future owners to explore and appreciate the brand.”
Framed on two sides by metal walls replicating freight containers, a reference to the world of nautical construction, the office design continues the industrial theme of Sanlorenzo displays at major international yacht shows.
Also inspired by the formal settings created for the brand’s participation in cultural events like Art Basel, Lissoni has created a space of minimalist elegance, furnished with contemporary design pieces.
Lissoni, Sanlorenzo Art Director, said: “For us, this is a very important project, a window in a part of the world that has some of the most beautiful, special seas on the planet. At the same time, it is a positive development in this moment of worldwide crisis. Singapore will be one of the first steps in the new process of growth of Sanlorenzo.”