The future superyacht – taste of every billionaire.

This is the first yacht designed by award-winning architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the brains behind the iconic Aquatics Centre built in London for the 2012 Olympics
With its sleek weave of intertwining curves and its spacecraft-like design, it looks more akin to Beijing’s famous ‘Bird’s Nest’ Olympic stadium than something that would take to the open water.

But this is the superyacht of the future, likely to become the latest plaything for the uber-rich and the envy of everyone else who will be unable to afford it.

This is the first yacht designed by award-winning architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the brains behind the iconic Aquatics Centre built in London for last summer’s Olympics.


The Iraqi-born British-based architect designed a family of the futuristic superyachts for German shipbuilders Blohm+Voss.See more pictures after the cut and details of the story HERE.

Stunning: The Iraqi-born British-based architect designed a family of the futuristic superyachts for German shipbuilders Blohm+Voss
All the mod cons: How a covered swimming pool might look on one of the yachts. Four of the smaller yachts in the fleet will be customised according to their owner's wishes
Sleek: The upper 'mesh-like' structure of the stunning design connects the different decks of the 90m vessels
The first of the smaller designs, which will be known as the Jazz, has been transformed into a fully workable design
Beautiful: 'Each yacht is an engineered platform that integrates specific hydrodynamic and structural demands together with the highest levels of comfort, spatial quality and safety,' according to its designer