Designed by renowned Madrid architect Joaquín Torres, Villa El Nido is located in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca mountain range. It overlooks the Mediterranean Sea, two continents, and is walking distance from Puerto Banús. The single-family home features 8 bedrooms, 8 full baths, and comprises 33,928.13 sq. ft. of living space.
It includes a dining room, private studios, a guest house, a wine cellar, a spa with a sauna, steam bath, cold bath, a gym, and a beauty salon. In addition, there is a modern garage with a glass wall to display collector's cars. The white kitchen by Poggenpohl highlights a stunning table surrounded by Rafael Llamazares' "An Urban Forest".
Outside, there is a beautiful terrace with beautifully landscaped gardens, a relaxed seating area, and a fire pit. You'll also find a tennis court and a swimming pool.
The estate is built around "The Pulse", a 15-meter steel structure, worthy of a contemporary museum. Created by Belgian conceptual artist, Arne Quinze, the sculpture is the focal point and provides a visual connection through different parts of the modern home. It also includes the luminous globes by Tom Dixon, a famous artist whose works are exhibited in museums all over the world.
The best materials were used for the construction and the design. They include natural elements like wood and leather combined with metallic, golden details, and glass.
Technology is an essential aspect of this home. There is a cutting-edge system with which you can control everything from lighting to security, as well as a series of advanced home automation systems in each room.
"Nido" comes from the Spanish word nest. The innovative villa's design creates a seamless flow between the different areas with its splendid treatment of light and space, geometric lines, and elegant style.
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