1. Thames for navalmartin. This pattern celebrates the river that bleeds through London and the nature of water. It aims to encapsulate tone, motion and reflection.



  3. Girder for navalmartin. This pattern was created by abstracting a rib from the skeleton of a ship to bring to the foreground a small part of ship building and design history.


  4. Taken as the vessel aligned with the sun reflected on the East River, pushing 6 little piercings through a cityscape silhouette. East River, New York 2013.


  5. Cove-line for navalmartin. The idea was to create a symbol that would emulate the fluidity of a wave but at the same time have a direct link to the Navalmartin identity.



  7. Hull for navalmartin