GZDG is an architecture studio in Rome, specialized in semisubmerged architectural structures, marine parks, floating habitats and yacht design. SuperyachtTimes.com presents you some of the studios most creative projects.
The studio was founded in 2001 as a dynamic and flexible organization, which guarantees the whole design process, from the concept to the executive details. GZDG deeply respects nature and therefore choose recyclable non-pollutiong materials (such us steel, glass and aluminium), to project environmentally-friendly architecture with soft lines that blend with nature.
The Trilobis 65 (left) is an innovative yacht with underwater view and hydrogen fuel cell engines for the Canadian Underwater Vehicles Inc. The Jelly-fish 45 (right), a floating home with underwater view)realized for the Canadian Underwater Vehicles Inc.
And last, but not least, Poseidon 180, a 60 superyacht in aluminium, designed for the Bugatti Yachts.
The revolutionary Poseidon 180 Superyacht features the military developed Bentley Yachts' Air Cavity Hull, a innovative hull Design which offers reduced hydrodynamic drag for about 30% better fuel efficiency than conventional monohulls with unsurpassed seakeeping and stability in heavy seas, making sea sickness a thing of the past!
Giancarlo Zema's ingenious design with spacious floating decks under a giant glass dome, brings a new interior atmosphere into yachting which cannot be experienced in any other conventional Superyachts. Eight spacious staterooms awaits you inside with floor to ceiling panoramic ocean views.