Njord by London-Based Bergman Design House Unveils Superyacht Aeolus Interiors

Superyacht interior specialist Njord by Bergman Design House co-founded by Marie Soliman, Albin Berglund and Sarah Colbon, has unveiled the interior design for new superyacht Aeolus. The boat sets a new standard for the future of yachting with its astounding blend of technological innovation, flair, and environmental consciousness.

Unveiled at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show, Aeolus heralds a new era for dwellings on water, demonstrating that the future of yachting can be authentically sustainable without compromising on style and beauty, both in terms of technical capability as well as in the materials used onboard. Taking her name from the Greek god of wind, Aeolus has been designed as a floating sanctuary effortlessly sculpted by the wind via the creative vision of exterior architect Giles Taylor, while her interior design has depth and is perfectly balanced, seamlessly transitioning between destinations and modes of living.

The Njord team has collaborated with Oceanco, technical partners ABB & MTU, Lateral Naval Architects, and exterior designer Giles Taylor – famous for his work designing the iconic Rolls-Royce Ghost and Phantom supercars – on the latest Oceanco superyacht. 

From the outset of the design process, we intended for Aeolus to function as a destination inside the journey itself. Apart from being only a container, it’s like having your own own island at sea, where you can relax and rejuvenate while also spending precious time with your loved ones.” Njord Co-founder Marie Soliman

The yacht’s styling is a nod to the J-Class sailboats of the last century, which struck the perfect balance between wind power and ocean navigation. Using this history and today’s cutting-edge technology, Aeolus has created a one-of-a-kind, environmentally responsible, and fascinating aquatic adventure. This superyacht exemplifies a deep dedication to sustainability without compromising elegance or beauty, from the totally sustainable biomaterials utilized aboard to the technological capabilities.

The moment we saw Giles Taylor’s exterior design, we fell in love with the very feminine curves, and the very masculine presence of the yacht and we knew we wanted the interiors to reflect that. Through a perfect fusion of warm and inviting palettes, luxurious textures and one-of-a-kind furnishings with non-geometric shapes and spaces, we have looked to blend the boundaries of our clients’ lifestyles ashore and on the water, creating a home that is shaped by the natural elements. – Albin Berglund, Njord co-founder

The superyacht’s three glass-enclosed, staggered decks are designed in the shape of pods. The best views may be seen on the owner’s patio, which also serves as a bar and lounge. The top level houses the master bedroom, complete with a luxurious sunken bathroom and a separate sitting space. Two guest suites are situated forward on the main deck, adjacent to the gym and exterior atrium. Two VIP suites and two guest suites are located on the lower deck, just a short walk from the expansive and multifunctional beach club with its flanking fold-down terraces. All decks are connected by a central feature elevator and staircase.