We love this innovative design from Jonathan Schwinge, via designboom.
jonathan schwinge‘s super yacht concept is anything but ordinary. the london-based architect and designer has conceived the ‘tetrahedron’ by the rethinking the usual structure and propulsion of modern water craft as a radically simple sequence of planes, which form an enclosed unit. the architecture of the yacht concept is reduced to the geometry of a tetrahedron — a three-dimensional solid figure composed of four triangular faces, six straight edges, and four vertex corners. this configuration produces a precise, logical and mathematical ‘roof’ which connects to the hull assembly.
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