Antilia is a private house on Mumbai’s millionaire’s row.
Antilia, a 27-story building on Mumbai’s posh Altamount Road, is the most expensive residence in the world, with a value of up to $1 billion. Mukesh Ambani, a multibillionaire Indian businessman, moved into the 400,000-square-foot house in 2012 with his wife and three children. Perkins & Will, based in Chicago, created the contemporary home. Antilia, named after a phantom island in the Atlantic, has a multistory garage with 168 parking spaces, a ballroom, three helipads, gardens, a temple, guest rooms, a fitness floor, and a 50-seat home cinema. Every level is the size of a typical two-story building’s floor.
Antilia can withstand an earthquake of a magnitude of 8 on the Richter scale. The most expensive mansion in India also has six storeys dedicated to vehicles, including Ambani’s INR 5 crore Mercedes Maybach. In terms of space, this 27-story high house, stacked to attain an area of almost 400,000 square feet, outnumbers the Palace of Versailles. By six levels of under parking, three helipads, a health spa, a salon, a ballroom, a 50-seat movie theatre, several swimming pools, yoga and dance classrooms, and an ice cream parlour, Antilia is said to require a workforce of 600 people to operate.
Antilia is a private house on Mumbai’s millionaire’s row. It is the home of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani and his family, who moved in in 2012; at 27 stories, 173 meters (568 ft) tall, over 37,000 square meters (400,000 sq ft), and with amenities including three helipads, air traffic control, a 168-car garage, a ballroom, nine high-speed elevators, a 50-seat theatre, terrace gardens, swimming pool, spa, health center, a temple,
The mansion is the world’s largest and most luxurious private house, including a snow chamber that shoots out snowflakes from the walls. The lotus and the sun inspire Antilia’s architectural design.