This article was first published in the 2018 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.
After successfully delivering custom-made furniture to Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Joy in 2017, we were again commissioned by the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg to deliver for Norwegian Bliss.
Designed for the ultimate cruising experience, Norwegian Bliss is the sixteenth ship in Norwegian Cruise Line’s fleet. Our team at Imagine Hospitality Interiors collaborated closely with Tillberg Design of Sweden in order to create the special feeling needed at the new Mexican-style Los Lobos restaurant, as well as the courtyard lounge area, the main lobby, observation lounge and several bar areas.
We delivered upholstered sofas and chairs, benches, credenzas, dining and bar tables, coffee and side tables (which included USB data ports) and console tables with stone tops. Together with Dado Design from USA, we also developed some very special pieces for the ship’s theatre.
Our success is a result of working with all players in the process, carefully listening to designers’ ideas and meticulously studying design briefs. We make sure we understand every detail of concepts and specifications for the intended design, endeavouring to produce each and every piece of custom-made furniture to the highest standards, and as close as possible to the original ideas for the design.
We carry out our own method studies and produce detailed shop drawings. We can also provide samples of stones, glass, metal, solid and veneered surfaces, electrical components, upholstery and special sewing details.
Cruise ship operators, shipyards and designers alike are able to use Imagine Hospitality Interiors as a one-stop partner, providing custom furniture consultancy, value engineering services, creative expertise and worldwide delivery of FFE packages for both indoor and outdoor areas.
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