Philippe Starck Designs Interiors for Andrey Melnichenko’s Yacht

The Philippe Starck-designed super-yacht costs $300 million and was completed in 2008. Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko presently owns it and a great video was first taken by the WSJ and revealed to the public.

Every possible furniture comes with mirrors, silver finishes and glass and thanks to the $60,000 banister curves around the staircase, you could literally know how cool the yacht really is. Fingerprint scanner stops unwanted guests and your master bedroom would remain secured.

The yacht can be controlled using a very friendly interface and cruising in it could be the best way to enjoy little pleasures that life has to offer. You would just have to type eight feet west and it moves 8 feet west. There is a circular bed, padded walls and a ceiling-mounted TV as well, which means this is one of the most luxurious yachts ever designed by designers.

It is not clear how much money was spent on the interiors but if it has to accommodate the gloriously rich Russian billionaires, you really should be knowing that it would be ultra chic and expensive. The interiors are fit for the czars and czarinas. So go ahead and enjoy the ultimate experience of sailing the sea, and being on the water.

Via: Gizmodo

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1 Comment

  • Philips Stark has Poo Poo Pooped his 15th minute.

    Time to check his O-Ring and head for the Nookie Room.

    It would have been far easier to just let the German boat designer finish it.

    The Happy Meal watch designer has gone too far.

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