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New website highlights Tomas Tillberg Design

One of Tomas Tillberg Design's concepts
A new website for Tomas Tillberg Design highlights the company's legacy and future direction.

Tillberg and his late father Robert were pioneers in creating the first cruise ship design firm nearly six decades ago in Sweden.

Today, the Weston, Florida-based Tomas Tillberg Design is working on projects including SunStone Ships' Infinity expedition newbuild series under construction at China Merchants Heavy Industry.


The new illustrates the firm’s history, team, current projects and future direction.

Clients include Crystal Cruises, Cunard, Celebrity Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Azamara and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, among others. Expertise ranges from newbuild development to refits. The company has been working in Asia for more than 20 years with projects in Japan, South Korea and, now, China.

Focused on innovation, new materials, sustainability

'We are very focused on the innovation and integration of newly developed materials, cost benefits, sustainability and technologies targeting the evolving and diverse guest demographic and their on-board experience,' Tillberg said.

Residential ships

Tomas Tillberg Design is also involved with developers of a new generation of residential ships. 'We’re creating an upscale, exclusive opportunity for ownership at sea,' Tillberg said. 'The leisure market is demonstrating a pent-up demand and revival for this captivating boutique product.'

Principals include Carlos Reyes, who specializes in the development, design and planning of new ship projects, and Nedgé Louis-Jacques, who focuses on space planning, material and contractor specifications and compliance regulations.

JD Schwartz and his team at developed the new website.

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