Zuccon International Project
Designer description Zuccon International Project
In 1978, Gianni&Paola Zuccon, wife of Gianni&Paola Zuccon, presented their first project, Technema 65, designed for the Posillipo shipyard, at the International Exhibition in Genoa. Success has surpassed all expectations. Since then, Zuccon International Project has become one of the world's key names in the yachting industry. The key to the company's success is its ability to create long-term relationships with its clients.
An architect should not impose his style, but analyze the client's history - he must understand who the client is as a person, imbued with his goals and experience. This allows him or her to express his or her culture and personality in the product.
The studio is known in various areas of design. Zuccon is responsible for many important real estate projects, including the buildings of the European Space Agency. But still, the maritime industry is a priority, it accounts for 70% of orders.
Cooperation with shipyards
Zuccon is very popular among Italian shipbuilders. The company has a longstanding partnership with the Ferretti Group brands CRN, Custom Line and Ferretti Yachts. The studio carried out works for Sanlorenzo, Codecasa, Apreamare, etc.
The studio's portfolio includes more than 500 semi-custom and custom superyachts built and many of them have become iconic. The company's largest project (and Ferretti Group, by the way) is the 80-meter Chopi Chopi. The most difficult project according to the management was Sanlorenzo SL102 with its asymmetrical design.
Zuccon is one of the five most influential studios in the world, so it boasts a rather impressive staff. The company has an office in Rome. At the moment the studio is headed by Martina & Bernado Zuccon.
Superyachts Zuccon International Project
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