Following Thierry MUGLER in 2011, the popular powerboat builder SPIRE BOAT has entrusted the design of the new, highly anticipated Crystal yacht tender to the imagination of the American designer Marianna HOLOWAY.
The first-rate characteristics of the Crystal yacht tender combining stability, comfort, security, power and speed have been preserved. Marianna HOLOWAY has been inspired by the geometry of crystals (reference to the name of the vessel).
A new skin has been created. It is composed of a structure below semi-perforated obtained by the theory of the geometry of the crystal. These new sections of the Spire Boat’s Crystal yacht tender are illuminated with fiber optic lighting which will allow the boat looks like a bird during the night as the upper part looks like the wings.
The crystal data depends on the intensity of sunlight darken (special glass surfaces) to protect from the sun the luxurious interior of the Spire Boat’s Crystal yacht tender. The builder might even say that these are sun photovoltaic glasses giving more energy to the boat.
Internally, in adding the Marianna HOLOWAY’s touch with diamonds (200 carats), gold and leather, CRYSTAL yacht tender seems like a jewel on the sea. The geometry of the diamond (crystal) is evident throughout the new morphology.
In terms of functions plenty of luxurious equipments like canopy cab, front deck-pads, display LCD, radar, sounder, GPS and many others are integretated.
“ DO THE USUAL…IN AN UNSUAL WAY “
Marianna HOLOWAY is a talented American creator graduated with a master of architecture at the New York Institute of Technology : A reference: This famous university, which was well known in 3D imaging, is also very famous at the international level for its department Structure and Design.
Marianna has specialized in architectural and industrial design, as part of her practice session. She has designed Hotels, Restaurants Cafes, Clubs, Stores, Casinos, etc. around the world (Athènes, Las Vegas….).
The work of Marianna HOLOWAY is known for its constant search for new forms and materials from which emanate modern and familiar constructions.