Priestman Goode designs cruise ship cabin

A new cabin designed by Priestman Goode is to go into service in the 153 000-tonne cruise ship Norwegian Epic.

Priestman Goode was appointed by Norwegian Cruise Lines in 2005 to look at cabin concepts for the ship, which is being built in France, and is set to launch in May 2010.

Priestman Goode founder Paul Priestman says the consultancy was asked to look at ‘inside cabins’, which are internal cabins without windows. It was also tasked with attracting a younger audience. The group developed the concept of the ‘studio cabin’, with access to the Priestman Goode-designed communal ‘living room’.



Latest articles