Stradivari 43 represents an exciting challenge, create a connection between violin making and boat builiding. Know-how, craftsmanship, creativity and method, identity and uniqueness. Two worlds permeated by great values, that tell what we have been and what we are. Starting from our roots, going farer, together.
The recess on the soundboard is a subtraction of the volumes on the sides of the instrument. The same concept is shown on the deckhouse sides and on the hard top, where two contrasting stylistic features reflect the same concept.
The shape of the neck and tailpiece of the violin represent a sort of central volume that crosses the boat: two lines that that tighten and widen from stern to bow.
The “f” hole or sound hole on the body of the instrument is integrated
in the bow shield of the unit.
The lighting emphasize the affinities between the stylistic features of the boat
and those of the violin.
The interiors are deeply connected with the world of music. Inspired by the lines of an auditorium, it is permeated by sinous and evocative elements. Colours and shapes are immediately reminding those of the instrument. The lighting underlines some strong details that lead back to the world of violin making: the four strings of the violin are found in an evocative panel that recalls the keyboard of the instrument itself.
All materic choices are strongly linking Stradivari 43 to violinmaking art, without forgetting features like elegance, exclusivity and captivation.