Redman Whiteley Dixon
Designer description Redman Whiteley Dixon
The British studio Redman Whiteley Dixon dates back to 1993. In a quarter of a century the company has completed over 70 projects in the yachting industry and is considered one of the most influential in England. In 2016 RWD expanded its staff by purchasing a longstanding partner, POD Interior Style, which allowed to bring talented designers and naval architects together under one roof.
The ability to combine flexible and functional design with exceptional craftsmanship gives the studio projects unique quality and depth. Each work begins with a clean slate and is always viewed from the client's point of view. The team analyses, explores possibilities and offers innovative solutions that are embodied in an elegant design.
Redman Whiteley Dixon has focused on working with large projects. The studio develops hulls for luxury sailing and motor superyachts, creates interiors and exteriors of boats, participates in refits, etc.
Cooperation with the shipyards
The company is known not only in Britain, but also outside of it. The studio has established cooperation with Benetti, Alloy Yachts, Camper & Nicholsons, Vitters, Pendennis, Turquoise, Feadship and others.
Speaking of RWD, it is worth mentioning the largest private yacht built in Britain, the Vava II. Devonport Yachts launched the boat in 2011. Also noteworthy are the studio's non-standard solutions. At the stern of the Ilona, for example, there is a hangar and a helicopter deck. For this elegant move, the yacht has received an award from the Superyachts Society.
The team .
Together with the newly acquired POD Interior Style, the studio team consists of 35 people. The company, located in New Forest, is managed by co-founder Justin Redman.
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