Along the most expensive street in the world, Avenue Princesse Grace, there is this block of flats. It is an oasis made of wide beach-front terraces and roof gardens. The restoration of this two-storey apartment involves both the redistribution of internal rooms and the building of three greenhouses on the rooftop.
On the rooftop we’re building three greenhouses with curtain wall outlines. A dedicated engineering study has been made on sheats.
Floor covering and decorations are made of different types of marble with special textures, to better meet the mood of every room.
Garden design on terraces has been made by Italian gardeners, respecting both the building and local flora.
Opening date of works: June 2017
This residence was designed to amaze even the Princess of Monaco, it is characterized by the elegance and luxury of the structure enriched by roof gardens. In this beautiful location we’re working on the restoration of a two-storey apartment in one of the most prestigious buildings of the Principality.
The apartment is composed by a living area and a sleeping one with three en-suite bedrooms and a steam bath. On the gorgeous rooftop we’re building three greenhouses, for a total of 70sqm of covered area, hosting a sitting room and a bar. Due to demolition operations we were obliged to ask for a traffic restricion on Boulevard de Larvotto, a very congested street in the city.
Interior design calls for custom-made furniture and finishings, from famous brands of Made in Italy such as: Flos, Salvatori, Antonio Lupi and Rimadesio.
Category – Residential
Customer – Private
Designer – Studio DC10
Photos by – Giacomo Albo
Details & Info
Lungo la strada più costosa al mondo, Avenue Princesse Grace, sorge il condominio Le 21, un’oasi fatta di grandi terrazze fronte mare e giardini pensili. I lavori nell’appartamento su due livelli coinvolgono sia la ridistribuzione degli spazi interni che la costruzione di tre serre sulla terrazza.