DiGuiseppe to focus on cruise line design

Patricia E. Hayes joins DiGuiseppe as they focus on the cruise line industry and offer their signature, five star, design for luxury spas, public rooms and passenger accommodations.

DiGuiseppe’s experience in hospitality design is also complimented by two new members of the project team, Mark Moore and Polina Gorokhovskaya . Their experience with some of the industries’ top cruise ship design firms such as BG Studios, RTKL and Howard Snoweiss will assist the firm’s effort in this exciting and growing market segment.

With the advent of 2011, DiGuiseppe has entered the Cruise Ship Design sector, applying the firms’ 360 Degree Design experience and knowledge of architecture, engineering, interior design, furniture design and hospitality procurement, along with Mr. DiGuiseppe’s knowledge of ships and boats from his days studying naval architecture at the United States Naval Academy.

Patricia E. Hayes is an interior designer who specializes in the marine industry. Having been the owner of her own interior design firm, and part of the project management team of a New Building Department of a large cruise line company, she has been involved with the interior design of new cruise ships, extensive ship renovation projects, mega yachts and gaming vessels.

The Firms’ main focus in the Cruise line market is Spa and Wellness Design. DiGuiseppe has garnered a reputation combining five star design with operations requirements in successful projects such as the Trump Soho Spa and the Emerson Resort & Spa. WTS International, an international spa consulting firm, has acclaimed DiGuiseppe as “one of the best integrators of Spa Design and Operations rarely seen in most design firms”.


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