A ‘one of one’ Rolls-Royce Phantom Orchid has been designed for Singapore.
The ‘one of one’ Rolls-Royce Phantom Orchid – created in collaboration with award-winning artist, Helen Amy Murray.
Murray and her team have undertaken pioneering bespoke work with Phantom’s Gallery – creating a unique, hand-sculpted silk artwork, inspired by orchids.
The concept echoes the values of the Singapore region with the orchid selected as an inspirational theme for its resilience, beauty and strength.
To complete the special ‘one of one’ Phantom, a unique paint was specially created. Arctic White was chosen as the base colour, while a tint of violet was added, inspired by orchids.
Murray started by illustrating the design by hand before creating a #digital version that she could print directly onto the silk crepe satin. The final part of the process involved a meticulous hand-sculpting of the flowers, releasing layers of fabric to create a 3D effect.
An eye-catching single coachline on either side of Phantom incorporates a bespoke motif, inspired by an orchid, completing the theme.
NEDCcorr (combined) CO2 emission: 330-328 g/km; Fuel consumption: 19.5 mpg / 14.5 l/100km. WLTP (combined) CO2 emission: 361-344 g/km; Fuel consumption: 17.8-18.6 mpg / 15.9-15.2 l/100km.
Within the interior, Rolls-Royce Bespoke Designer Yohan Benchetrit applied his talent to the Bespoke orchid-inspired Picnic Table Inlays in the rear of the suite which, when opened, gracefully reveal a beautiful layer of orchids set into Piano Black.
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