Sarp Yacht 46m won the Golden A’ Design Award in Yacht and Marine Vessels category

sarp46The design project Sarp 46m by Sarp Yacht has been announced as the winner of the Golden A’ Design Award in Yacht and Marine Vessels Design Competition Category.
Since 2009, the A’ Design Award and Competition is featuring the very best designs in all disciplines worldwide in order to create a global awareness for good design practices and principles and it is the world’s most international design award. The Golden A’ Design Award in Yacht is given to top 3% percentile architectural designs that accomplished an exemplary level of quality in design. Winners of such prestigious prize gain inclusion of their names in the World Design Rankings, and featuring of their articles in IDNN International Design News Networks.
Sarp 46m design
Created by Tanju Kalaycioglu and Sarp Yacht, Sarp 46m boasts nicely flowing, well proportioned and fresh lines which enhances the ship’s strong character. The vessel’s shape and size are carefully refined to stay below the 500 gross ton mark. A curvy superstructure in epoxy composite was the choice to save weight from superstructure and fairing compound, without compromising a strong and reliable steel hull with ample tank capacity. The hull was analysed in depth by CTO of Gdansk using cfd and tank test methods for low resistance and reduced wave profile. Watertight integrity is guaranteed by the incorporation of at least two additional watertight bulkheads and cofferdams into the hull structure. With the in house design and engineering team each stage of outfitting is carefully planned and executed, from 3d design visualization to scale models, to ensure an excellent quality level.
Designed by Adam Lay Studio, the interior of Sarp Yacht 46m blends loft apartment styling and mountain chalet influences with a combination of high end natural timber and metal finishes with the aim to produce a sophisticated and elegant interior, yet with clean simplicity: the result is an inviting, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere.
Open grained planked wooden floors, quality leathers and intricate metal detailing produce a distinguished colour palette of rich dark bronzes, silvers and grey stained ash veneer, whose theme inspired by nature is extended throughout the yacht. Large screens feature in the main saloon entrance with patterned leaves set between sheets of clear glass. Wall finishes are a balance of wooden planks and pewter coloured slubby silk wall paper. Furniture includes Minotti sofas, Glyn Peter Machin and Giorgetti chairs, while fabrics by Rubelli, Weitzner, Lelievre, Chase Erwin, Romo, Kravet and Armani Casa tie the interior together with highlights of bright colours and bold graphics. Intended to be sophisticated and yet with a strong visual impact, the outcome is a harmonious and clean lined design.