lujac desautel SALT yacht overlaps environment with the sea
images courtesy of lujac desautel
freelance architecture and yacht designer lujac desautel, well known for his nomination for the 2014 young designer of the year award by the boat international media, unveils the luxurious ‘SALT’ yacht to follow the ‘glass’ concept, envisioned in 2014. designed to provide passengers with a flexible, transparent and honest life aboard, its framework enables people to transform and engage the watercraft with the sea. its steps that fold down to the water, glass facade that slides open like a curtain, and its rear beach club, puts people at water-level and looks as if its built up from the ocean. it measures 55 meters in length which is the same height as its main mast, and accommodates three dining rooms, five cabins and multiple crew sleeping areas.
view of the luxury sailing boat’s bow
a glass superstructure performs as a structural element
the framework connects passengers to the ocean and the open-air
while on anchor the glass facade slides away to extend the saloon to the exterior
the owners private swimming platform.
diagram of the glass facade placing and the folding steps
room placement for the three decks and fly bridge