If you’re into hideous displays of nonsensical opulence, well, we’ve got just the home for you. Yes, a 100,000 square-foot Bel Air mansion is being built and, with an estimated $500 million price tag, is slated to become the most expensive home in the world. It is also, in our humble opinion, a disgusting representation of all that is wrong with the world today.
The home is being built by architect Paul McClean and American film producer and real estate developer Nile Niami. The mansion, which will be twice the size of the White House, will have a 5,000 square foot master bedroom, 30-car garage, five swimming pools, a casino, a two-story waterfall, a nightclub, a 40-seat cinema, a bowling alley, and, of course, the ever-so ubiquitous jellyfish tank wall.
The architect says the project is meant to appeal to everyone’s dream home, “We’re trying to sell a lifestyle, a sense of how people imagine they would live,” says McClean.
And in case you’re thinking of just stopping by to ask the owner if you can take a gander at his pretty little jellyfish, beware. The home will be built with a security system “straight from the Death Star”. A fitting analogy considering the excessive home design is straight from the dark side.
Via Huh Magazine