Luxury living magazine issue 11 We welcome you to our new issue #11 of the Luxury Living Property & Lifestyle Magazine! In this edition we invite you to discover Dubai's ultra-luxurious floating homes, movement revolution by Lila movement technology, check stunning new design concepts of superyachts and take a look at the arguably most unique luxury property in Phuket, Keemala. Fashion, wellness, travel, property news and much more ...
This mega-mansion , built by Hamptons developer Joe Farrell on 11.5 acres, has a lot going on: a heated granite pool with an underwater stereo, and a master suite with 2,800 square feet. The lowest level of the three-level home is the Air Lounge, with a two-lane bowling alley, full bar and disco, rock climbing wall, and a full spa facility. The “recreation pavilion” also features a skateboarder's halfpipe.
The Citadel floating apartment building is home to 180 modules, which rest on top of a floating concrete foundation. A floating road connects the complex to the shore, so residents can park their cars on site. Dutch developers ONW/BNG GO designed the complex to be highly efficient, consuming 25 percent less energy than a conventional building of the same size.
Things Climate Change Just Might Ruin For Your Kids
We wanted to share some of things our children will lose because of global warming. Coral reefs, which are an invaluable part of marine ecosystems and tourism economies, are threatened by ocean warming and acidification, which is a result of releasing CO2 into the atmosphere.
Underwater home owners in New Jersey are floating to the surface