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Shadowboxx


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Designer: Tom Kundig

Category: Architecture

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Composed of several elements—living space, bathhouse, and private guest room—Shadowboxx sits in a natural clearing created Continue reading →

Spirit of Tradition Yacht


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Designer: Sparkman and Stephens

Category: Yacht

Year: 2021-2030

Overview: This luxury sailing yacht concept combines a light displacement hull with advanced sail handling and mechanical systems to make her a state-of-the-art design. Continue reading →

Devonport OneSixty


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Overview: The largest yacht in the DEVONPORT Yachts portfolio, this enormous vessel includes key features such as a 360 degree observation deck, 17 VIP rooms and an entire deck dedicated to the owner.

Gadgets and toys include a drive-in vehicle garage so owners and guests have their own transport when in port, a helipad and hangar allowing guests to arrive in comfort and style and two 20 metre day boats giving access to ports and beaches otherwise inaccessible to the superyacht.

An underwater observation deck allows guests to view their aquatic environment from the comfort of the yacht, and for the more adventurous there is a mini-sub for exploring the depths and a dedicated diving centre.

For some owners, guest entertainment is paramount and for after hours there is a nightclub onboard with a private area and indoor pool.

The DEVONPORT OneSixty will have a cruising speed of 20 knots and reach a maximum speed of 28 knots. She will accommodate up to 32 guests who will have their every need taken care of by a 64 strong crew.

Designer: Emocean Yacht Design

Australian High Speed Vehicle


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Overview: This sleek train concept, the latest from international design practice HASSELL, was inspired by the hard styling of the iconic 1960s Australian HK Monaro coupe. The A-HSV double-decker train also offers a modern, spacious interior fit with open commuter seating, private quarters for meetings, luxurious dining, & even a convenience store. Aside from being an aesthetic achievement, the A-HSV also presents an alternative low-carbon, safe mode of transport for travelers between the Australian capital & regional cities.

The real ambition behind designing the A-HSV was its response to Australia’s national debates on environmental, economical & social issues. The train aims to reduce the reliance on air & private vehicles, provide shorter travel times to regional cities under pressure from population growth, & reduce transport related congestion within cities.

Designer: HASSEL