Philippe Renaudeau Yacht Design and interior designer Nicola Borella present their project, the Yacht By Lalique. It is an eco-designed and eco-responsible superyacht inspired by the French know-how of the house of Lalique. The resultant design is the Yacht by Lalique, which will be presented at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
The Yacht by Lalique is a 70.50 m (131 ft) superyacht whose fluid lines are inspired by the Art Deco years, reinterpreted with modernism by naval architect Philippe Renaudeau. The interior designer was inspired by Lalique, the crystal specialist. Crystal is found everywhere in the superyacht, from the furniture to the decoration.
Designed for ocean cruising, the yacht by Lalique features a four-deck layout with plenty of glass. The main deck is home to a swimming pool, a bar, a Jacuzzi and an exterior terrace. There are also common areas on the main deck, such as a large lounge, a dining room and a bar. The 14 crew members of the superyacht reside on the lower deck.
The upper deck is home to the huge 101 m2 owner’s suite with bedroom, double dressing room, double bathroom, double toilet and large lounge. To reach the upper deck, the Yacht by Lalique is equipped with an elevator. The upper deck also provides access to a helipad.
Finally, the fly deck offers a Japanese bath, a bar and sunbeds, as well as an indoor area with a lounge, gym, pool table, spa and sauna. In terms of construction, the designers have chosen aluminum for the hull, the profile and the superstructure. Whenever possible, natural materials such as reinforcing fibers such as bamboo, flax or hemp or basalt will be used for the fixed furniture.
The superyacht will have a range of 6,000 nautical miles while cruising at 12 knots, thanks to her twin 1,750 kW engines. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.