THE architect commissioned to re-build the World Trade Centre has designed a set of limited edition ‘eco-villas’ for the Costa del Sol.
Daniel Libeskind is offering 30 stunning, green homes for wealthy buyers in southern Spain.
The villas can be shipped and assembled on site within six months and adhere to the highest standards of sustainability with solar heating and rain water harvesting.
“This is the first time I’ve done something which is limited edition and a completely new way of living,” said Libeskind.
The villas are mainly made of wood with lighting, temperature and all electrical devices controlled via one central monitoring system.
No expense has been spared with a state of the art swimming pool, jacuzzi and gym available on request.
Marbella-based Diana Morales Properties is the agent behind the Libeskind Villas Project.
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