Each year the designs of superyacht are getting more and more creative. For this year, Lujac Desautel, one of the finalists for “Young Designer of the Year” 2014 award by Boat International Media, decided one of the most innovative superyachts with inspirations from skyscrapers and Lego bricks.
Lujac Desaute is a student at the California College of the Arts, School of Architecture. He has entered the contest which allowed him to re-designed traditional yacht using the concept of stacking LEGO bricks. Each LEGO block represents each floor. Surrounded by transparent material, you can take full advantage of surrounding views. This luxurious glass superyacht enables guests and crews to have panoramic views from various living areas.
The size of overall living space is around 5,600 sq. ft. with an elevator shaft is in center on the yacht.
The interior design uses open-space concept. Apart from living and working area of the staff, there is six guest bedrooms, two lounges, and playroom for kids. The public areas include dining room, cocktail lounge with piano, outdoor garden, swimming pools.
The glass material can blend well with the ocean nature as it is like a mirror that can reflect the surrounding. The steps at the aft deck are inspired by ancient Mayan temples for outdoor space as well as allowing easy access to tenders and water sports. However, the Glass superyacht is still just a concept which is much different from traditional yacht prototypes.
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