The Azimut Yachts installation curated by Michele De Lucchi and ADML Circle tells of all the beauty of nature, urging the visitor to take greater care aimed at preserving its integrity

The sustainable tomorrow, according to Azimut Yachts is here and now, a philosophy that the company has chosen to tell in the context of FuoriSalone2024, through an installation that brings the individual back into close contact with the nature.

In a play of lights, colours, sounds and scents, the installation curated by AMDL CIRCLE and Michele De Lucchi entitled “Mooring by the Moon >” is open to the public from Monday 15th to Sunday 21st April, at the historic location of the Bagni Misteriori of the Franco Parenti Theater in Milan.

Mooring by the Moon: what the Azimut Yachts installation is about

Inspired by the Seadeck series of yachts, the installation proposed by Azimut Yacht tells of innovation and sustainability through a journey organized in four acts, with a deliberately theatrical reference, given the location.

Four exhibition moments, therefore, accompanied by four opportunities for reflection and admiration: the protagonist of the project and the fil rouge that unites each stage is the world natural, rediscovered and exciting.

With Mooring by the Moon, the team of designers and Azimut Yachts have chosen to stimulate a need in the visitor, namely that of taking concrete action to preserve all the beauty of nature, allowing future generations to enjoy it too.

“The difference can and must be made here and now, not with the distant promises of a world to come or with a superficial approach to the topic of environmental sustainability” explains Giovanna Vitelli, President of the Azimut|Benetti Group , when he tells what the installation will be like.

The work draws a photograph of what is seen as if for the first time from a boat illuminated by the reflections of a large moon and lying on the water in the heart of the city: “The boat in the Bagni Misteriosi pool is the emblem of our commitment: concrete, measurable and always present” concludes Vitelli.

Mooring by the Moon, the four acts on stage at Bagni Misteriosi

The first act - Gentle at Sea - welcomes visitors into the suspended time of wonder where, far from the frenetic flow of everyday life, the sun rises and sets on the water while you play, The colors and scents of the sea evoke the gentle era inaugurated by Azimut for a new relationship between man and nature.

In the second stage - The Sea Rocks - innovation and technology reveal themselves at the service of beauty and a more sustainable present. Large sculptures, created by AMDL CIRCLE and Michele De Lucchi with the materials used by Azimut to reduce the environmental impact of the Series, guide visitors to discover the multiple lives of matter: disused fishing nets are regenerated , endlessly recreated and reshaped to become fabric, 15,000 plastic bottles make up the soul of the Seadeck 6, the model moored in the shadow of the moon in the Bagni Misteriosi pool.

The third act -The Seadeck Lounge - tells the philosophy of Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez, authors of the interiors of the Series: design for a conscious world, respectful of all parties involved, human and environmental. The architects worked in subtraction, redefining the concept of luxury to bring out the "heart" of the environments and designing spaces in which to "feel good". Also in this case, the materials are natural or recycled, such as cork which replaces teak in the external flooring of the Seadeck.

The final act leads to the Seadeck 6, the most efficient yacht ever built by Azimut, the embodiment of the route traced by the shipyard to reduce emissions and energy consumption. Moored in the heart of the Bagni Misteriosi, the boat is revealed to the public lying on the water in the shadow of the large moon, whose reflections enhance the lines designed by Alberto Mancini and the Fun Island, a reinvented stern terrace, symbol of a new style of life based on well-being.