The best month for design is fast approaching! September is always an eventfull month in the world’s design capital. With several fairs and events celebrating design, such as London Design Festival, Design Junction, 100% Design and Decorex, there is plenty of inspiration and celebration for every afficionado in London. Let’s […]
When the London Design Festival was created in 2003 by Sir John Sorrell and Ben Evans, their goal was to create an annual event that would promote the city’s creativity, drawing in the country’s greatest thinkers, practitioners, retailers and educators to a deliver an unmissable celebration of design. Now that we are […]
Maddux Creative is a team of architects and interior designers known for a unique aesthetic vision and creativity. Founded by Scott Maddux and Jo LeGleud, they create extraordinary interiors tailor-made for their clients. Today, we have 4 of their most beautiful interior design projects that you will certainly love! See also: THE ATHENAEUM BAR NOMINATED […]
The Restaurant and Bar Design Awards‘ final winner remains unknown but the shortlist of the finalists were already announced and The Athenaeum Hotel is nominated for best restaurant or bar in a hotel award with its Bar’s new refurbishment. See this fantastic project by Kennersley Kent Design and find out why The Athenaeum […]
The first color is Ming, which is an exuberant and friendly colour, as Pantone describes it. Looking at this colour, it makes us feel more like spring. Besides, if you add Ming to your home decor, it will give a fresh and energetic effect. That’s why we introduce you this […]
This $100 Million Superyacht Mimics the Movements of a Whale
The Canadian designer Charles Bombardier has conceived a luxury Superyacht that is eco-friendlier than most thanks to new technology. If you’re going to drop $100 million on a yacht, it better have some pretty remarkable features – say, an on-deck tropical garden or a new way of moving through the water. The new Seataci superyacht ticks both of those boxes and more. Conceived by Montreal-based designer Charles Bombardier, the concept yacht looks more like a marine mammal than a traditional yacht. And for good reason. Instead of using a conventional rotary propeller, the Seataci operates through two stabilizing side pods and a third section that trails the vessel like a tail. All three components combine to create waves that advance the craft through water the way a whale moves..
In comparison with other superyachts, Bombardier’s concept is an eco-friendly one. That’s because the Seataci is fueled by hydroelectricity, which reduces pollution significantly. The design also includes space for two swimming pools and two personal drone pads. Bombardier says each Seataci would be custom built, so size, passenger capacity, and speed would vary by client.
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