Building The World’s First Invisible Yacht With Lateral Naval Architects
T After revealing proposals for the world's first 3D-printed superyacht in February, Jozeph Forakis has teamed up with Lateral Naval Architects to collaborate on the project. Denison Yachting is now marketing the yacht for sale. The 88-metre concept, named Pegasus, is conceived as a zero-emission design that is "virtually invisible" in both its profile and environmental impact. The project stems from a desire for “harmony with nature” and the designer was inspired to create a yacht that could mimic the sea and sky, as if "made of clouds floating above the waterline". This effect is achieved through the use of mirrored glass that creates a tiered superstructure comprised of three "wings". The reflective surface allows the vessel to blend in with the surrounding landscape.