When it comes to architecture, the thing is clear: no matter how crazy, gigantic, extravagant or opulent a real estate project is, if there is a place where it can succeed, it is undoubtedly in one of the great cities of the Middle East. examples they have plenty to corroborate it.
Leaving aside the impressive The Line, an incredible corridor city 170 kilometers long, 500 meters high and 200 meters high that is being built from scratch in the desert of Saudi Arabia, the region already has a few buildings that are authentic extravagances of engineering and luxury, including the Burj Khalifa, which holds the title of tallest skyscraper in the world; or One Za’abeel, the largest cantilevered building on the planet. Both are located in Dubai.
That is why it is not surprising that when Bugatti, the popular European sports car manufacturer, considered building its own exclusive residential mega-tower, a building full of luxuries, his eyes went directly to the United Arab Emirates. There, in Dubai, he plans to build hand in hand with the Emirati real estate development company Binghatti a mass of 182 apartments spread over 42 floors.
And not just any tower.
A tower for lovers of racing cars
Render with the view of the balconies. In one of the houses you can see a car.
Those responsible for the project plan to provide it with its own beach.
Although in the statement announcing the project neither Bugatti nor Binghatti have revealed key data, such as the height that the building will reach or the construction schedule they manage, they have revealed some curious details. The main one, his peculiar structurewrapped by an undulating façade with which it wants to differentiate itself from the rest of the skyscrapers that have been built in Dubai.
“The first Bugatti residence is designed with unparalleled luxury amenities, including a Riviera inspired beachprivate pool, spa with jacuzzi, gym, chef’s table, private valet service and private club”, specifies the manufacturer of racing cars, which clarifies that residents are also offered a “customized chauffeur and concierge service”.
One of its most striking features, however, is the system for moving cars around the block. Bugatti does not go into details about how it will be organized or to which users it will serve, but it does slip that the tower will incorporate two vehicle lifts that will connect the garage with the attics.
Infographic showing part of a house inside.
View of the tower deck, with its private pools.
Access to the tower raised by Bugatti Residences and Binghatti.
In the renders that he has released, Bugatti sports cars can also be seen parked inside the residences. If such a display of luxuries were not enough, the property will be located in an exclusive area of the megametropolis: Business Bay, a few minutes from the Dubai Opera or the Burj Khalifa.
Those who want to opt for one of its exclusive apartments can choose between one of the 171 Riviera Mansions or 11 Sky Mansions Penthouses. Both, mansions and penthouses, will be built with what Bugatti defines as “the best selection of materials that the world can offer.
“From the moment you set foot in the homes, a sense of exuberance washes over the resident. Just as Bugatti has brought the beauty and sophistication of French luxury to the design of its sports cars, Bugatti Residences brings the breeze and feel of the French Riviera to this private oasis,” he points out.
On their website you can take a look at their plans, with very large rooms and balconies with private pools. In case you are interested in one of its 182 luxury residences, yes, you will have to scratch your pocket. And enough.
Dubai Immo, which specifies that many of the homes will exceed 1,000 square meters and the residents of the 11 penthouses they will have the possibility of parking their cars directly on their floor, they have already published a price table: the fork starts at the 4.75 million euros that the promoter asks for the most “basic” apartments, with two bedrooms, at 32 .5 million exclusive penthouses.
A luxury building for lovers of supercars and made to measure for Dubai, the same city that, if the plans of the Canadian Moon World Resorts go ahead, could incorporate a resort of 224 metros and four hectares of surface that will emulate the Moon in a surprisingly realistic way.
If any great architectural dreams can come true anywhere, no matter how lavish they may be, it is, without a doubt, Dubai.
Images: Bugatti and Bugatti Residences
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