See inside ‘Guilty,’ the mega yacht designed by artist Jeff Koons. Art collector Dakis Joannou recently commissioned Koons and Italian yacht designer Ivana Porfiri to design his dream yacht.
Best described as a floating piece of art, “Guilty” measures in at 115-feet long and ranks as Koons’ largest project to date. Inspired by British naval camouflage from World War I, the yachts exterior features bold geometric designs that include alternating yellow rhombuses, pink triangles and blue polygons.
Serving as a counterpoint to the bright exterior, the interior is dominated by white surfaces and natural light, and serves to showcase Joannou’s extensive collection of art.
Ahh, the life of a billionaire. Not only do you get to take your yacht to the supermarket for milk, but you also get to have world-renowned artists design said yacht. That’s the case here with Greek Cypriot industrialist and art collector Dakis Joannou who green-lighted American artist Jeff Koons and Italian yacht designer Ivana Porfiri to create for him this mega yacht, ’Guilty.’ Is that how Joannou feels after parking this beast at the local marina? Probably not.
We’re guessing it’s more like ‘elated,’ due to the stunning looks and amenities of this 115-feet long ship. Inspired by the naval camouflage used by Britain during World War I, Guilty’s yellow rhombuses, pink triangles and blue polygons become even more amazing when reflected off the water. Onboard there are 180-degree views of the envious and awestruck rest of the world, along with plenty of bedrooms filled with museum-worthy works of art.
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