This 70-metre concept was presented by Turkish designer Timur Bozca in 2016. She represents a sinister-looking superyacht embracing dark tones within her minimalist interior.
The key design point is the yacht’s helipad, from where the guests can descend inside via a concealed lift. The yacht would offer many alfresco zones within the extended aft deck, complemented by sun loungers and infinity pool.
In order to make references to land-based architecture, the designer incorporated a glass wall that sits at an angle and extends from the main deck to the upper deck towards the aft. That would guarantee great views out aft over the extended beach club area where the pool fades away towards the stern.
The yacht can host on-board up to 12 guests within a master suite and six guest cabins. Her cruising speed, by the way, makes around 20 knots, with the top speed of 28 knots.
This 90-metre superyacht concept was developed by a legendary architect Zaha Hadid for German builder Blohm+Voss . HStructural supports have been moved outward to open up the interior to palatial spaces.
This thought-provoking design reconsiders the interaction between the inner and outer space to the extreme, while its fluid exterior resembles the shapes of marine creatures.
This prototype would be applicable for a variety of pre-engineered platforms, employing as many features of the concept, as needed for builder’s purposes. The external supports free up the interior in favour of huge continual spaces, a principle that Hadid used to apply on many of her building towers.