Gorilla Yacht Concept Features Atrium Garden At Its Central Point

Gorilla Yacht concept was inspired by an atrium house, with 73-meter long and 2 courtyards, this yacht can be considered as a mega yacht. The objective of this project was not to design the optimal use of every square meter, but rather to create different approach to architectural parameters by playing with spaces, openings, and visibility.

Using fiberglass as its main material, this yacht can accommodate 10 guests and 8 crew members. Once you enter the yacht, you’ll be presented with wondering seating accommodation along with a mini bar. The foldout balconies design on both sides of the bar create spacious and widen room. If you feel like it, you can always jump and swim directly into the ocean.

The master bedroom features 97-square meter with extra 13-square meter balcony. From this bedroom, you can directly get your way up into the office. The central point of Gorilla Yacht is awesome atrium garden. It offers you a taste of green haven while on the high sea, it’s also an ideal space for a party. During a bad weather, you can protect the main area using a glass roof.

Designer : Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

Gorilla Yacht by Johann Szebeni

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stephen russell says: March 14, 2013

Id charter this nice worldwide esp Caribbean, Pacific, Med Sea, Australia
Sell & service for US in Hawaii & FL alone.

trimtab21 says: March 18, 2013

Not a very practical idea having gardens at sea. You will either need desalination equipment or carry tons of fresh water for the plants. You'll need specially trained crew members to tend the plants. The first time you land the chopper, your plants are going to get thrashed and trashed. In a rough sea, you will have dirt flying everywhere! Forget this idea – you have a nice looking vessel without the plants.

    Thetaplex PC says: January 23, 2014

    NEGATIVE! trimtab21… I was WOWed by this design. Especially the one with the curved sofa and chef dude. Well, think about how the plants could be plastic. That's the way I would do this for realz (IRL).

Hittman Greg says: March 19, 2013

Awrsomme yacht with a lot of wasted space that could be put to better use.

Guest says: April 3, 2013

I like the left handed salute!







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