|Client||Hyundai Yacht Design|
|Approved & Designed by||Manjin Kim, Junghwo Park|
|BIM (Building Information Modelling) Document by||Manjin Kim, Junghwo Park|
|Project Type||International Competition|
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Dimensions & Functions
Number of persons on board: 20 persons
Maximum speed: 24 knots
Yachting is one of the most popular activities during summers. Not only are yachts exclusive for summer sports, it is also good as a day trip vehicle all over the world. However, due to various human activities and overwhelming usage of natural resources, pollution levels have drastically increased in the 21st century, causing the natural environment to worsen continuously.
A group of Engineers, Designers, Scientists and Developers are collaborating to find more desirable solution in contaminated outdoor air condition.
Our focus is on ESD(Ecological Sustainable Development) to save up energy. The PHOENIX is designed by using aerodynamics principal. It is inspired by Swiss Reinsurance Headquarters tower, which uses aerodynamic principal to accommodate building’s cooling system.
The aerodynamic shape of the body maximizes the speed of the yacht. The air stream will use for cooling system of internal space and filter the air condition. The unique window glazing system allows natural daylight instead of using artificial skylight so that it can save up on electricity.
The main cabin space was takes into account the open space to provide panoramic views. The 180 degrees’ open window glazing system maximizes the views available outside. The interior design of the PHOENIX uses Singraph patterns to match the yacht’s shape. Finally, the interior is designed with open space to make users comfortable.