Now you can live in a Swedish Island in Dubai furnished by none other than Bentley Home. That is if you can afford to shell out a few million bucks. Dubai’s latest luxury property, The Heart of Europe, built 4km off the coast of Dubai on The World Islands consists of six European themed islands. The Sweden Island Villas are one part of the project and will feature ten luxury mansions. To maintain uniqueness, only five of the villas received high-end Bentley Home interiors.
Designed by architect Carlo Colombo, each seven bedroom luxury residence costs a whopping $15 million and has a 21,168 square feet of living space. The Bentley furnished interiors feature designs inspired by their luxury cars and include materials used in the same. Thanks to their top class workmanship, the entire Swedish Viking vessels inspired collection is beautifully designed and hand crafted.
A striking feature is the roof of the villas – they are made to look like an upturned hull of a Viking boat. Other highlights of residences include snow and sauna rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, exclusive finishes and fit outs, expansive balconies, a gym and spa, a private infinity pool and landscaped gardens. That’s not all, befitting a luxury pad each Sweden Villa also come with a custom made state-of-the-art party and chill-out floor on the roof.
As for the other bits and pieces of The Heart of Europe, it also has islands named Germany, Monaco, Main Europe, Switzerland and St Petersburg Island. The residences including Sweden Island are expected to be completed by the end of 2016. Kleindienst Group, the developer of the project also has grand plans to build underwater villas in the Arabian Peninsula. That project named Floating Seahorses will consist of 42 units with its design said to be a cross between a villa and a boat which has one floor submerged.
“The range of handmade furniture is inspired by the techniques, materials and high quality finishes that are synonymous with Bentley car interiors. The island will not only be home to the finest Swedish architecture and design, but it will also bring the best of Swedish culture and lifestyle to Dubai.” Josef Kleindienst, CEO of Kleindienst Group had said.