This Modernist Superyacht Is 44-Metres Of Architecturally Inspired Aluminium
Embrace the flowing space with a 3-level Master Suite and on-deck hot tub.
Given the goal of designing a yacht that would provide the ”highest quality of life on board,” design studio Zuccon International Project delivered plans for the 44Alloy with all kinds of indoor/outdoor usable space and, most notably, a multi-level master apartment. This private owner’s suite comprises 145 square metres divided among the distinct spaces and includes both indoor and outdoor areas.
“The owners‘ cabin was conceived as a loft, and is divided in three levels: lobby, bedroom and living room/office,” Bernardo Zuccon told Robb Report. “It offers the owner a new way to experience [his or her] time on board.”
Martina was challenged by the yacht’s distinct dimensions and proportions, while also keeping in mind the brief of creating a continuous flow between the inside and the outside spaces of the yacht.
“With this in mind, we’ve created a very [unique] atmosphere,” she told Robb Report, “obtained by light and shade effects, and a wise use of matte and glossy surfaces—walnut, a very marine and elegant wood, which can in a certain sense represent the balance between classic taste and more modern trends, has been mixed with different finishes and reflective surfaces to amplify the perception of spatial expansion.”
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