Philadelphia Belle Interior by Directions In Design, Inc.

Friday, November 05, 2010
Photo courtesy Directions In Design, Inc.

The marine interior planning team at Directions In Design, Inc. (DID) has completed the interior design for the total renovation of Philadelphia’s newest dining/entertainment venue, the Philadelphia Belle. DID provided theme development; space planning; and selections and specifications for floors, walls, lighting and furniture for all decks, including dining rooms bars, and live entertainment area. Window treatments, accessories and signage were also part of the comprehensive design package. All interior planning and selections meet U.S. Coastguard regulations. The renovated 292-ft Philadelphia Belle’s classic riverboat lines and paddlewheel are reminiscent of the riverboats of the late 1800’s. She will accommodate groups of 20 to 1,000 for events and sightseeing. Moored at Penn’s Landing downtown Philadelphia, the vessel offers three enclosed decks of dining inspired by local chefs and local entertainment from the city’s schools of Performing Arts.

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