A careful and intense process of typological experimentation characterizes the Sanlorenzo 57 Steel project. A research on which the Roman architecture studio is focused to find new and surprising ways of living by the sea

The 57 Steel is an ambitious project, behind which there is an intense path of typological experimentation, on which the studio is concentrated Zuccon International Project since the beginning of its collaboration with the Sanlorenzo shipyard.

"The goal was to create a 1050 GT boat with functional and life contents normally found on boats of larger sizes", comments Bernardo Zuccon who together with their sister Martina they lead the international studio founded in Rome in 1972 by their parents, the architects Gianni Zuccon and Paola Galeazzi.

Superyacht with extraordinary volumes, with indoor and outdoor spaces never seen before on models of this size, and unprecedented functional contents, the new 57Steel immediately captured the attention of two owners, to the point that they Two specimens have already been sold.

56.70 meters long and developed on five decks, the 57Steel is externally distinguished by a straight bow with a strong character.

The contemporary lines, with great formal cleanliness, draw their strength from the stylistic heritage of Sanlorenzo, which Zuccon International Project has managed to keep alive.

Exteriors and volumes are perfectly balanced and harmonized with the interiors to create a boat with functional contents and life that are found on board larger boats. An objective that was achieved through the creation of an innovative layout.

“From a design point of view, the most important challenge was being able to find the right balance between the volumes and proportions that characterize the boat.

In this logic of research we have understood that even on a 57-metre boat it is possible to alter the traditional balance that sees the wheel-house area (the cockpit) at the bow of the upper deck, relocating it on an additional deck, thus giving the possibility of reusing the upper deck in a different perspective”, explains the Roman architect.

The upper deck was therefore developed in a different way resulting in a private deck of 54 m2.

It is entirely dedicated to the owner, which overlooks the infinite sea. The new layout has also made it possible to create a spacious full-beam Vip cabin forward of the main deck that can be used as a second owner's cabin.

Among the most appreciated features of the 57Steel there is also an extraordinary beach area of 110 square meters, which develops by opening the stern doors on three sides which become real and its own small beaches flush with the water. A totally usable and also suggestive area because the internal part is illuminated by the sunlight that filters through the transparent bottom of the swimming pool located on the main deck.

“There is no ostentation in the sign and in the external lines, which have an extremely fluid trend. The 57 Steel: it is a perfect game of balance between content and container”, summarizes Bernardo Zuccon.