Over the past few years, British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin has not only put efforts into building physics-defying hypercars but has also expanded into the world of real estate. While the Aston Martin Residences under construction in Miami, Florida remains its flagship project, the automaker has also brought its design magic to independent luxury villas.
Back in 2020, Aston Martin unveiled a stunning $7.7 million Sylvan Rock home, followed by five extremely luxurious homes in New York. For its latest project, Aston Martin has teamed up with Japanese luxury real estate leader Vibro to build Asia's first "designed by Aston Martin" home.
The four-story building is a true architectural beauty.
“As Aston Martin grows in Japan, we are passionate about finding innovative ways to bring our ultra-luxury brand to life and resonate with local consumers,” explains Greg Adams, Regional President – Japan and South Korea of Aston Martin.
“As Aston Martin grows in Japan, we are passionate about finding innovative ways to bring our ultra-luxury brand to life and resonate with local consumers. We are delighted to be working with VIBROA, helping create what we believe is a perfect home for an Aston Martin owner, with design elements inspired by our breath-taking portfolio of ultra-luxury and high-performance cars”.
A team of designers from Aston Martin collaborated with local architects not only to design the exterior, but also the interior of the building, including the selection of furniture. Starting with the exterior, the building has a completely modern design, but also some interesting stylistic elements including vertical slats that cover the entire facade of the building except for the ground level, which reminds us of a refrigerator grill and hides a balcony that is filled with plants and contains a private jacuzzi.
On the ground floor, there is a car gallery, which is nothing but a classy open garage that displays the owner's vehicles in a very glamorous way. They are illuminated by dazzling ceiling lights that emphasize their curves.
The car gallery also has a glass wall facing the ground floor dining area for the owner to appreciate the beauty of their cars while enjoying delicious meals. The interior heavily features black wood used to clad the walls and ceiling, while the terrace has a small lawn and terrace along with an open kitchen and dining area.
The rear of the building is covered with floor-to-ceiling windows on each floor. The luxury villas include a wine cellar, a home theater and a gym. The Aston Martin House is still under construction and is expected to be completed by November 2023.
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