Understand the vision of the project
Each cruise art project has a unique context, interior design program and brand principles. Artelier consults with project teams to create an in-depth understanding of the cruise ship’s vision of art and how this can be communicated through cruise accessories and art.
Contextual art research
Through in-depth research, Artelier digs up the thematic ideas of the cruise art project and incorporates them into the cruise ship’s paintings, sculptures and action walls. This thematic approach provides a rich basis for a unified art collection for cruise ships.
Concept Development & improve
Artelier recognizes important places for art on the cruise – including art for the cruise hall, art for leisure and spa areas, and cabin art. We decide how we want to show art on cruises and enhance the built-in art in particular so that it creates maximum impact in each room.
Art Information & detailed design
We look at each art workshop on the cruise ship to define art sizes and finalize the design of custom artwork. As cruise art consultants, we offer creative guidance and technical expertise such as art frames, art installation and fire safety.
Our consultants oversee the purchase of accessories and art for cruises and lead an art management process that provides specialized art market information and art production expertise to ensure the highest quality standards throughout the cruise art project.
Artelier provides turnkey cruise ship project management and coordinates and oversees each step to produce customized cruise ship art. As art consultants for cruise projects, we follow schedules and ensure that all safety regulations are followed.
Artelier’s art consultants manage team contacts and provide full support in arranging logistics for the delivery of art for luxury cruise ships, including: hotel art labeling, packaging, delivery, import and export documentation, delivery, and specialized on-site art installation services.
Schindler Marine equipped each vessel with sixteen passenger elevators, including six scenic models, thirteen service elevators, three cabins, and three vessels for access by disabled passengers.
The 158,000 GRT (GRT) has more than 4,100 guests based on double rooms. Royal Caribbean says the ships are based on the best ideas from existing ships and add new exciting activities and entertainment concepts.
“At Schindler, we had the pleasure of working with MEYER WERFT on these Royal Caribbean vessels, especially given the cruise ship’s reputation for building such innovative vessels,” said Fabio Pelliccione, Schindler’s Director of Maritime Business. The partnership was an opportunity to combine Schindler’s experience in marine installations with new technology developed by Schindler, which improves the efficiency of the elevators while reducing the operating costs of the cruise operator.
Schindler Marine’s specialized design team worked on the project for more than a year and developed fully customized solutions to meet customer needs.