Exactly fifteen years after it was established – fifteen years in which it successfully became a leader in a very competitive sector such as yacht design – Hot Lab continues to thrive and has some news to announce.
The Milan-based firm has become a “srl” [Italian limited liability company] and is now led by two of the three original founders, Antonio Romano (marketing and strategy director) and Enrico Lumini, design manager.
“After fifteen years, we bid farewell to Michele Dragoni, wishing him all the best in his future professional challenges,” said Antonio Romano, who then described some of the reasons behind Hot Lab’s current levels of excellence. “One of our strengths is that we follow every aspect of our work internally, from concept to technical design, from the general plan to the renderings and finally to execution. All our team have been working together for more than five years, creating a team spirit that is positively reflected in the projects we execute and that is behind our versatility and ability to customise every project, binding it to the customer’s style.”
Some of the most important shipyards that the team led by Antonio Romano and Enrico Lumini have worked with are Arcadia, Baglietto, Bilgin, Columbus, Fincantieri, Heesen, Hylas, Icon, Mondomarine, Moonen, Nobiskrug, Oceanco, Otam, Perini Navi, RMK, Sarp, Turquoise, Van Der Valk and VSY.