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Top 4 ways Project Moonstone can blend into the horizon

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Reflecting the shimmering water

Van Geest Design made headlines earlier this year by unveiling a 90 metre concept for Oceanco that featured a shimmering exterior developed in collaboration with Temeloy Advanced Lighting Design.

Speaking at the time, designer Pieter van Geest said: “The inspiration for Moonstone was basically nature. Normally boats look like they disturb the horizon — we wanted to make something that actually belongs.”

However, this is just one of the four ways in which Project Moonstone can blend into her natural environment.

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