As part of a collaboration with Nobiskrug, Italian architects Borzelli and Berta have created Project Legato. Sitting at 90-metres in length, Project Legato is based upon Nobiskrug’s 90-metre hull line. She has a steel hull and superstructure and can be powered by either conventional or diesel-electric power.
Photo: Borzelli & Berta Architetti The project is named after the Italian word 'legato,' which describes musical notes that are tied together seamlessly, much like the harmonious layout of the yacht’s deck areas. With a balcony located in each of the six cabins, the outdoors blends effortlessly with the interior.
Photo: Borzelli & Berta Architetti Glass screens and extendable side balconies on the upper deck ensure that sunlight enters the interior through the upper pool, which is one of the three swimming pools located on board.
Photo: Borzelli & Berta Architetti The three pools, which are located inside on the main deck, aft on the main deck, and on the owner’s deck, are a unique feature of Project Legato. While the indoor and owner’s pool are each 5.7 metres deep, the pool aft on the main deck is deeper, at 8.9 metres. The design was inspired by the style of ancient Roman baths, where everything is built around an open central space and used all year-round.
Photo: Borzelli & Berta Architetti In addition to having its own pool, the owner’s deck is fully independent of the rest of the vessel, meaning that arrival by helicopter is possible with private access. The master suite also boasts a Jacuzzi surrounded by retracting glass panels, emphasising the connection between the exterior and interior.
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