The house is considered to be the most expressive character, the interest of the owner. Through the arrangement of furniture, the arrangement of objects and the architecture of the house, we can understand much more about the owner.
Experiment with the above through the visit to the most beautiful and famous home planet.
1. Buckingham Palace (London, England)
Buckingham Palace was built in 1703 and has so far been used as the official residence of the Royal Family. There are 19 guest rooms, 52 guest rooms and royal members with 78 bathrooms, 188 rooms for the palace staff and 92 rooms.
The special feature of Buckingham Palace is that there are about 30,000 different bird species and many other wildlife species raised in the park area. It is considered to be the backdrop to the past of the United Kingdom.
Every summer, the public has the opportunity to admire every inch of the house of the Royal Family. This visit will end when the Queen returns after her holiday in Scotland.
According to statistics in 2012, the building owned by Queen Elizabeth II England has an estimated total value of up to 1.55 billion (about 31,000 billion).
2. Antilia Tower (Mumbai, India)
Antilia is a building located south of Mumbai, named after an island in the Pacific: Antilia. This is an island with seven cities and is considered a myth because it only appears on the fifteenth-century nautical map.
Antilia Tower has 27 floors, with an area of over 37,000 m2 and owns 3 landing helicopters. In addition, the architects designed Antilia to withstand large earthquakes of up to 8 Richter scale. Currently estimated, the value of this building is about $ 1 billion (nearly 22 thousand billion).
Currently, Antilia is owned by Mukesh Ambani, president of Reliance Industries Limited. He is also known as India’s richest man with total assets of $ 23.6 billion (about 519,000 billion), according to Forbes magazine.
3.Villa Léopolda (Côte d’Azur, France)
This luxury villa was designed and built between 1929 and 1931 by American architect Ogden Codman in the Côte d’Azur region of southern France.
This is an ideal place for a visit to Belgium’s King Léopold II. The value of Villa Léopolda is about 750 million USD
Villa Léopolda is owned by Lily Safra – a Brazilian philanthropist and late wife of a bank president of Lebanon. According to Variety magazine, this is a “living room that is larger than most living rooms in the world’s millionaires.”
Villa Léopolda was used for the scenes of To Catch a Thief, a famous film directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1955.
4. Castle 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens (London, England)
18-19th Castle on Kensington Palace Gardens is home to the Royal Dukes of England. Since 2004, this castle has been owned by Lakshmi Mittal – billionaire in the top 100 richest people in India.
Inside the Mittal’s castle there are 12 bedrooms, a Turkish-style bath, an indoor swimming pool and a car park with a capacity of 20 cars.
What makes this house special is the way the castle rests: Kensington Palace Gardens. This place is nicknamed “Billionaires Row”, the only way for billionaires living.
One of Mittal’s neighbors is Prince William as well as Chelsea’s president, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. The total value of the castle is about $ 222 million (more than 4,440 billion).
5. The American billionaire’s home, Larry Ellison (California, USA)
Few would suspect that this 9,300sq.m resort is just one … the home of billionaire Larry Ellison. The mansion consists of 10 “smaller” houses with no less than a luxury resort.
Larry Ellison built this house with inspiration from the Japanese feudal architecture shown in the structure of the house: an artificial lake, a tea room and a carp pond.
Another highlight of the house is the appearance of Steve Jobs. Interestingly, Apple’s father even served as the vice president for Larry Ellison’s wedding in 2003. Property value is estimated at $ 200 million (more than 4,000 billion).