Tuscan studio Leoni Design Workshop (LWDO) has revealed a new 52-metre superyacht concept called aStøne.
The concept is characterised by its unusual magenta plating and "revolutionary" cockpit that features both sculpture gallery and seasonal garden.
Accommodation will be for 12 guests and 10 crew. While interior renderings have not been revealed, aStøne is envisioned with "light-toned woods, textured stones and rugged metals".
Inspired by the MoMA in New York, the cockpit "transforms into a living art gallery" by incorporating sculpture displays and seasonal plantings alongside a sunpad-flanked swimming pool. Renderings also reveal a spacious swim platform arranged with sunloungers and leaf-shaped umbrellas, as well as a sheltered, al fresco lounge spot in the main deck aft.
Powered by twin CAT C32 engines, aStøne can reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
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