After having launched two projects for a 90 and a 92-meter vessel in the past years, Zuccon SuperYacht Design – the division of the Roman firm Zuccon International Project dedicated to megayachts – is now working at a challenging concept for 94-meter superyachts.
The 94-meter Teti project is based on the constant search for the right balance between internal and external spaces. Such research is caused by the desire to ensure a certain set of essential functions that are strictly linked with the internal areas, while at the same time working on a typological research that would bring new opportunities to experience the vessel’s external spaces.
One of the most representative results of the said research can be found on the Upper deck that is now the focal point of action, as opposed to more traditional layouts where stern deck and Sundeck were the sole areas dedicated to the outdoor activities. In this new project, however, it is the Upper deck area that assumes a key role, since here takes place the majority of the daily activities onboard: the deck is entirely dedicated to guests and their entertainment. Together with a more traditional large table and pool area on the aft terrace, the bow area displays a second environment that develops in continuity with the internal dining lounge, and becomes then a connection element between the outdoor seating area and the second large pool.
All the attention is focused on this new scenario: in an area usually dedicated to technical operations, the pool becomes a sunny, large, terrace in the sun, made even more welcoming by the comfortable sofas. The 94M Teti Upper deck offers a new and different solution, absolutely unique if compared to the projects currently on the market. Just as we have an Upper deck exclusive use to guests, the Owner deck has been designed to be entirely dedicated to the owner that, through a private staircase, can reach the Upper deck from his private terrace.
The 94m Tetihas such stylistic and formal features that can guarantee the yacht to maintain its appeal unaltered over the years.
However, of all Zuccon Superyacht Design’s projects, this is the only one where the Timeless idea is given less emphasis, since greater prominence was given to the research for balance between the desire to experiment and the product’s commercial reliability.
According to Bernardo Zuccon, architect and TETI designer, “Formal, functional and technological experiments were recently presented to the market. Although they have had a strong impact, they were actually mere stylistic exercises and were soon forgotten. Large vessels are built to last. With the 94m TETI we introduced new contents in the project without drifting from that Timeless idea that, even though is strictly connected with an ongoing research, it has indeed a key role in the current market”.