On a floor space of 1,000 square meters, the villa cleverly combines the most diverse icons of modern living, designed by protagonists of international design, and in doing so they have created a unique ensemble. The 3 floors villa is composed with a master bedroom ensuite with a very design and large bathroom with bathtub and shower. The room leads to a private terrace with jacuzzi where from you will be able to enjoy the view of the hills of Mougins.
The ground floor opens onto the very large living room which lead to the dining room and the opened kitchen. You will find the second ensuite bedroom on this level and also a staff bedroom/studio. Almost of the rooms lead to the terrace with the outside lounge.
The value the principals placed on design and state-of-the-art technology is evident not least in the salon bar in the basement, complete with home cinema and billiards, right next to the sauna, gym and the 3 other bedrooms. The adjoining bathrooms reproduce the spatial concepts developed in collaborations with Philippe Starck, Antonio Citterio as well as Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
Walls of natural stone such as travertine marble and other kinds of limestone shape both interior and exterior areas of the building, the villa nestle amongst cypress and olive trees, discreetly conceals the luxury inside.
To complete this designed property, you will find the Japanese pavillon near the swimming pool to offer a peaceful space to enjoy the completed garden.
Location / Vicinity
With an almost reticent air, the luxury villa nestles against the slope of the mountain above the Côte d’Azur. And yet, the luxury mansion near the small town of Mougins captivates the eye with the strong linearity of its architecture, reminiscent of the great masters of modernist art, and the discreet touches of the Far East which further accentuate the lightness of the building's structure.
The neighboring town of Mougins, by contrast, features in every Provence travel guide: it has served as a retreat for artists like Jean Cocteau, Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel and Pablo Picasso, the latter arriving in this town overlooking the Bay of Cannes in 1936, and staying on until his death in 1973.