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Young Designer of the Year Awards 2019 finalists announced

Young Designer of the Year Awards 2019 finalists announced

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Enrico-Mezzasalma
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Enrico Mezzasalma

Concept Name: Seaf

Nationality: Italian

Education: University of Genova

Designer Statement:

Seaf is designed in order to make people on board perceive something more than being free in the middle of the sea, the main aim of Seaf is also to make its guest feel constantly connected with the most peaceful forms of nature. We are talking about an 80 metre long motorsailer, with an elegant and sporty line that tries to integrate the best elements from sailing yachts and motor yachts.

Seaf is powered by two Dynarig and an hybrid diesel-electric engine propulsion. Ecology is the very key point of this project. This “sustainability concept” must also be visible from the outside of this superyacht and this perception is obtained through elements taken from biomimetic architecture. Large windows enhance sun rays and open spaces allow the light to flow inside.

Among the suggestive spaces on board, there is the beach area in the tender zone and the lounge bar, which connects the main saloon with the pool area. Here the guests must feel very close to natural elements, such as the waterfall that flows from the sun deck to the main deck, and the tree around the mast zone, that becomes a characterising element of the yacht.

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