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Young Designer of the Year Awards 2018 Finalists Announced

Young Designer of the Year Awards 2018 Finalists Announced

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Aristotelis Betsis

Student Designer

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Concept Name: Laminar

Nationality: Greek

Education: University of Strathclyde

Designer statement:

This contemporary but intriguing yacht, has been named after her smooth curved and harmonised exterior lines. Her lines have been inspired by the laminar flow characteristics of a fluid. The key factor of the design is Ergonomics. Ergonomics involve functionality, safety, practicality, feasibility and privacy. At the same time the yacht must be integrated with elegance and aesthetics. The result is an ergonomically consistent design. This 60 metre explorer yacht can cruise the 4 oceans and 7 seas with no compromise. Her spacious areas can accommodate up to 12 guests plus 16 crew and have been designed by paying significant attention to the flow of people around the yacht. Multipurpose areas have been implemented in order to store and derive the most efficient general arrangement. She is also able to store and carry a great variety of tenders, toys and vehicles as well as a helicopter.

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Gianmarco Cardia

Student Designer

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Concept Name: Sestante

Nationality: Italian

Education: Università di Cagliari

Designer Statement:

The design of Sestante is based on simple shapes to ensure an easy construction and rational arrangement of interior spaces. You can see for example that the upper deck is generated by the intersection between one rectangle and two octagons, which create the helipad, the living space and the bridge. The last one expands itself molding two winds to allow the people to see what happens around the yacht. The stern of the yacht, as well as the bow, stay at a high level above the sea, to give a sense of safety to the users.

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Elizabeth Kozlova

Student Designer

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Concept Name: Artemis

Nationality: Cypriot

Education: Istituto Europeo di Design

Designer Statement:

Artemis was designed to push the boundaries of transportation – to give the society’s elite an experience they will not find elsewhere. A play on transparencies between orientally-inspired wooden elements and tinted glass invites guests to indulge in once in a lifetime views, while large, open deck spaces with integrated pools provide the perfect opportunity to be at one with nature. The yacht is complete with a vast array of tenders and toys for the avid explorer, but sparing no comfort. Artemis was devised to be functional, sleek and modern, while adapting effortlessly for extraordinary adventures anywhere on the planet.

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