Rolls-Royce Phantom Oribe

 
 

 

Rolls-Royce Phantom Oribe

In Collaboration With Hermès

From the House of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood, West Sussex, and Hermès in Paris, we get a special look at this fantastic bespoke Phantom Oribe, a Rolls-Royce that reflects the personality and passions of its owner, Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa.

Yusaku Maezawa envisioned his Rolls-Royce as a ‘land jet’, bringing the serene exclusivity of the private air experience he loves to the road.

The striking two-tone exterior matches the characteristic green and cream glazes of antique Japanese Oribe ware, of which Maezawa-san is a prominent collector. The upper part is finished in Oribe Green, a fully Bespoke color created exclusively for Yusaku; in an unusual move, Rolls-Royce has made the paint available for use on the client’s private jet the Phantom will be paired with. Developed over many months by specialists in the Surface Finish Centre at Goodwood, it perfectly captures the lustrous, deep-green glaze that characterizes these 16th-century ceramics. The effect is beautifully completed by the cream-white lower section.

The Oribe ware-inspired colorway harmoniously continues through the interior, created and realized through a true meeting of minds between Hermès designers and craftspeople in Paris, and the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective of designers, engineers, and craftspeople at Goodwood in West Sussex. Together, they applied their shared expertise and ingenuity to ensure every individual component embodies the finest traditions of both houses.

 

 
 
a unique collaboration with Hermès

 

Commissioned by a Japanese entrepreneur, art collector, and supercar enthusias

The interior is finished predominantly in Hermès Enea Green leather, extending to details that include the immediate touch-points including f the steering wheel, duchess handles, gear selector, and the rotary controls for the motor car’s climate settings.

The Hermès leather flows around the upper instrument panel, interior pillars, and parcel shelf. It also enrobed less visible surfaces including the glove compartment and luggage compartment lining, center console, decanter stowage compartment, and Champagne cooler. In a sign of the project’s truly collaborative nature, and the two makers’ mutual esteem, the glove compartment lid is embossed with the signature Habillé par Hermès Paris.

Delicate Hermès piping adorns the headrest cushions and calf supports of the rear seats, while soft Seashell White accents and matching lambswool floor mats create a sense of light and space throughout.
The interior is also replete with examples of Rolls-Royce Bespoke design and hand craftsmanship. Wooden speaker frets, for example, are formed by meticulously perforating the Open Pore Royal Walnut veneer applied to the doors, creating a seamless textured aesthetic.

 

 

 

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Fully Bespoke two-tone MZ Oribe Green

 
 

"fusion of East and West, ancient and modern" Said Michael Bryden, Lead Designer, Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective

Hermès brings its distinctive equestrian heritage and innovative craftsmanship know-how to the car, with the leather upholstery created using stitching and edge-painting techniques originally employed by master saddlers. For Phantom’s Gallery, a feature unique to Rolls-Royce, that runs the length of the motor car’s fascia, Hermès commissioned an artwork based on a design by the celebrated French artist and illustrator Pierre Péron (1905–1988) who created many of the House’s iconic scarves. The work, inspired by the famous Hermès horse motif, is hand-painted on Open Pore Royal Walnut and is presented as though staged in an art gallery, behind glass as only Rolls-Royce could do. This fabulous example shows how Rolls-Royce can take any envision you may have and bring it to life.

 

 
 

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