Viking Mansion: A sumptuous villa in the heart of Dubai Islands
In the city of the impossible, nothing seems to stop the real estate developers and their projects pushing the limits ever further. One of the most extraordinary creations, the islands of the world of Dubai (archipelago of artificial islands of the United Arab Emirates representing, in view above, the map of the world).
The company Heart of Europe, which is responsible for developing the islands representing the European zone, has not done things halfway for this unique place in the world: you can find the first underwater hotel with swimming pool and spa room, the first artificial rainy street in the world or the first snowy square outside the world. In addition to these different records, the company is proud to present the luxury villas that come to inhabit the islands, representing the style of the country on which they are located.
If we can then find the sumptuous villas on the Côte d'Azur, Venice or even in the Swiss zone, it is the Swedish island that has attracted our attention in particular today: inspired by the Swedish Viking ships of the time, the island but also the residences that remain there offer an incredible diversity more than 5,000 kilometers from the original country. The "Upside down Viking Mansion" residence perfectly evokes this spirit of luxury, services and prestige.
On the outskirts, we find, for starters, a real vegetation imported from the Maldives that perfectly covers the infinite pool overlooking the sea. Inside, everything has been decorated with care, including furniture from Bentley Home. The central elevator, allowing you to reach the different floors of the building, serves the gym, sauna, steam room, presidential suite with Jacuzzi or the "Snow room" that produces real snow within it! Finally, the rooftop will offer you one of the most incredible views of your life.
The residence, despite its many energy-intensive facilities, wants to be more responsible by taking advantage of Dubai's annual sunshine with photovoltaic panels. Sold for around $23 million, discover this out-of-the-ordinary complex through the photo gallery below.