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Lady Jorgia

Bremen - Germany



Lady Jorgia yacht is a superyacht filled with luxury amenities like a gym, spa, dance floor and beauty salon. Lady Jorgia´s design language is all about connecting her six decks into one whole. An important part of this was blending the naval and technical elements with the living space.

Preciosa helped bring the vision to life by designing a lighting installation that looped along with the yacht’s six-level curved staircase. Nuvolari Lenard designers asked the Preciosa team to use feathers as their inspiration; think of a bird flying free.
The Preciosa engineering team crafted a twisting metal frame on which 34 handcrafted feathers were attached. The feathers were constructed from glass pearls and Preciosa´s own StarDust® for a glittering finish.
The feather concept was extended through different ship levels in the form of wall sconces complementing luxurious bathroom mirrors. Five sets of different coloured wall sconces were designed to match the various colours featured on each level.
Detail of yacht staircase

Project in numbers

  • 52000 pearls create the feathers
  • 34 handcrafted feathers on the staircase
  • 64 hand-blown glass plates for the dining room
  • 8 people handcrafted each feather


Other luminaries

Lighting for the board room

In the board room, a stunning burst of blue dominates the space above the main table. Crystal ribbed tendrils were hand-blown and then carefully placed within the fixture so no components touch one another. This type of construction is extremely important on yachts because of the natural and constant moving of the ship while at sea. Being able to safely construct such lighting while maintaining a beautiful design is one of Preciosa’s specialties.

Lighting for the dining room

The formal dining room features a six-metre long lighting installation created from 64 hand-blown glass plates. The plates were made using opal and opal frosted glass which gives the fixture a soft and elegant feel. Designers liked the look of the fixture’s plates so much they decided to order four matching bowls inspired by the shape of the plates.

Who is behind the project?

Martin Prokeš & Šárka Olivová

Preciosa Lighting Designer Martin Prokeš

Martin strives to take advantage of light’s refraction properties, playing with cuts, colours, and shapes.

Martin Prokeš Preciosa Lighting Designer


How to create an original, interesting, and feasible design? These are the main questions Šárka deals with in her work.

Šárka Olivová Preciosa Lighting Designer

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