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Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners
Delphi,  | International Design Awards Winners

Delphi

Lead DesignersHakan Gursu
Prize(s)Gold in Transportation / Nautical/Boats
Entry Description

Delphi is inspired by the ferries used in the modern coastal cities. Delphi is a combination of luxury, comfort, aesthetic and high performance. Delphie is a contemporary transportation unit designed for sea-tours and sea-transportation in coastal cities. It can carry up to 32 passengers and lets them to have a visually delightful and comfortable experience of travel. Because of using high performance materials such as aluminum and composites, Delphi offers efficiency in travel with a touch of elegance. With its windows that placed all around the cabinet, Delphi has a spacious interior and panoramic view. All seats are positioned in a combination that enables all passengers to have better view of the city and the sea. With an overall length of 16 meters, the catamaran is powered through double 500 hp engines. The interior area is 52 square meters with kitchenette, toilet and luggage shelves.

Bio

Awarded Designer Assoc.Prof.Dr.Hakan Gürsu has succeeded as an extraordinary illustrator, designer and intellectual internationally. He’s been honored in the world’s prestigious design competitions by winning over 210 design awards within 14 years. He contributed to several national and international organizations as a speaker on innovation, creative thinking, design, and R&D. Ranging from boats, toys, and furniture to electrical devices, his environmentally friendly and visionary projects are introducing unusual solutions to common problems. He continues to train design students at METU.