Jaw-dropping superyacht rocks web-like exoskeleton
(Credit: Zaha Hadid Architects)
I’ve been dreaming of getting invited aboard a superyacht ever since drooling over a bunch back in July, but now I have a new ship to crave.
Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid has unveiled designs for a series of floating fantasies with German superyacht shipbuilder Blohm + Voss, and they’re definitely an eyeful.
They feature an elegant mesh-like superstructure and effortlessly sleek, organic lines. The look is enough to send seagoing oligarchs rushing back to their architects.
The superyachts come in a range of sizes and styles, but the tone is set by the largest, a 420-foot mothership with a luminous, cheese-grater exoskeleton that connects the various decks and the hull.
1-2 of 8 Scroll Left Scroll Right