Frank Laupman for the exterior design and Erick van Egeraat for the interiors with an exceptionally modern style of the 51 meters boat of Heesen Yachts.
A glass wall, a distinctive hallmark that makes this project designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects unique in its nature: the 51 meters MySky of Heesen Yachts.
Launched last November, MySky was finally delivered to its owner at the end of a busy session of tests conducted in the Northern Sea. The results showed that this 600 tons yacht can sail 5400 miles at the speed of 10 knots.
But what truly distinguishes MySky is the glass wall made with obscured and thermic glass that runs on the different levels of the superstructure to characterise the external layout. The salient feature of the interior is found in the contemporary and modern design. The interiors, designed by the architect Erick van Egeraat, are a combination of white leather that plays a contrast with the dark tones of Macassar ebony and the series of back-lit panels that compose the walls. These are elements of great prestige that offer a great demonstration of constructive ability and skill as they rely on elaborate inlays (which you can also call tapestries) that combine white onyx and black marble. A pattern that is repeated throughout the yacht.