100-meter origami


As a child, George Lucian, a 29-year-old designer from Monaco, loved folding origami figures out of paper. Growing up, he conceived and drew a concept for a sailing superyacht inspired by this ancient Asian art. At sea, the forward section of the hull on the port side of Project Origami can be fully opened to reveal a helipad, exposing a glass wall that doubles as a huge picture window for the guest cabins. The mast grows out of the middle of the pool across the full width of the hull. The top is topped by a majestic hulled crow's nest. In addition to the standard megayacht tender garage, there is a speedboat storage area closer to the bow.

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