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Grand designs: The most inspiring superyacht concepts in the world

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Project Origami

Traditional Asian sailing vessels as well as the namesake paper folding art inspired this 100 metre concept from Monaco-based artist George Lucian, who admits that it is “at the limit of modern technology and innovation”.

Origami elements include a portside section that folds out to create a touch-and-go superyacht helipad as well as a glass-sided observation lounge. Moving further forward and the mast rises from the centre of the full-beam swimming pool and culminates in a crow’s nest for the ultimate in 360-degree views out to sea.

Lucian adds: “The project is designed for an owner who would not be afraid of stepping out of the traditional sailing yacht shapes, and going beyond anything that was built before, in terms of design, technology and environmental friendliness.”

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