Pierpaolo Lazzarini, an Italian designer, recently unveiled his unique boat concept. The “The Shape” idea is unmistakably unique, and if realized, it has the potential to revolutionize the yachting industry.
Lazzarini spent several years developing for the automotive business, according to his website. And he’s equally talented when it comes to yacht design. The hollowed-out core of his new concept gives the yacht a sleek design with a modern twist, while the exquisite finishing and aerodynamic construction are blatantly clear.
Even though the yacht’s name isn’t particularly catchy, it does have a few noteworthy features. First, the yacht has many decks, allowing passengers to enjoy the personal space often lacking on other yachts.
There is plenty of room at the top of the design for solar panels, which might power this yacht in a quiet and ecologically sustainable manner. In addition, the scooped-out hole in the centre contains a skylight, which can enhance the room’s beauty, mainly when moonlight flows onto the lower deck.
At this time, it’s tough to tell whether the concept is realistic and what obstacles would arise if this yacht were to be launched into the water. This is not, however, Lazzarini’s first trip into the sea. Instead, he has designed 328-foot (100-meter) fast yachts and plans to reveal a 1000-foot (322-meter) Giga-yacht concept.
Lazzarini has also created designs for two-seated underwater vehicles. In addition, he’s adding solar panels into his yachts and even proposing VTOL designs that can reach speeds of 186 mph (300 km/h) as the times change.
Moreover, Lazzarini’s abilities also encompass architecture, which is influenced heavily by UFOs and technology, including a mini portable laptop and a personal printer for a smartphone.