The villas will be coated in a ceramic material finished with white gold dust / ©Karl Lagerfeld
Set for completion in 2023, the exciting project is being undertaken in collaboration with branded real estate specialist, One Atelier, and Sierra Blanca Estates – the prestigious developer behind the ‘Beverly Hills of Marbella’, Sierra Blanca.
Ranging from 7,100-9,000 sq ft, the spacious villas will be built using wood and coated in a ceramic material finished with white gold dust for a distinctive, modern look. Carefully designed to ensure the utmost privacy, each villa will feature its own parking lot and several secluded spots ideal for relaxing including a fire pit and patio.
Sustainability underpins the design with each property set to feature solar panels, geothermal energy to power the mechanical systems, and a rainwater recovery tank to replenish the swimming pools, green roofs and irrigation systems.
Each villa will feature several secluded spots ideal for relaxing / ©Karl Lagerfeld
The ground floor of each residence will be built with floor-to-ceiling windows so future owners can take in the views without having to step foot outside their property. In a nod to Karl Lagerfeld’s signature monochrome look, the spaces will be finished with black and white terrazzo flooring.
To ensure future owners make the most of the beautiful coastal location, over a mile of bike paths are set to be constructed directly connecting each villa with the sea. There are also plans to plant 300 trees in the area as part of a new urban forestry strategy and to build a watercourse spanning from north to south across the entire plot of villas, to create a micro-climate.
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