Silverback Gorilla (Yacht) by Johann Szebeni
2012 - 2013, Golden A' Yacht and Marine Vessels Design Award Winner
Inspired by an atrium house, this 73 meter long yacht concept has 2 courtyards. The target was a new experience of space on a motor yacht. The concept does not track the rational and perhaps optimal use of every square meter, but wants to approach to architectural parameters like the interplay of spaces, openings and visibility.
The central point of the yacht is the atrium garden. It offers an incomparable sheltered green haven on the high seas, but also a big space for parties. The yacht has a lot of view contacts all over it because of the big roofless room and its surrounding galleries. In case of bad weather, the courtyard will be protected by a closeable glass-roof. On the deck there is a sun deck and a bar at the stern. The yacht is also equipped with a helicopter landing space on the rear and a second sun deck at the bow. There is also an additional yard which is mainly used for dining. With a simple design and a well-composed multifunctionality this yacht contrats with all its conventional competitors.
Design Challenges
Johann Szebeni did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Silverback Gorilla Yacht.
Production Technology
From an engineering point of view, the Silverback Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni is a good example of a highly-developed project.
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