Is This Modern Day Labyrinth the Greatest House of All Time?

Mar 03, 2017

The human race has come up with some true modern day marvels when it comes to architecture. The Eiffel Tower, the Pyramids, Ikea; there are so many buildings that can really make you say, “Wow, somebody’s way better at math than I am.” Some of these amazing structures extend into the private real estate realm, where technological super mansions and private ranches are practically miniature villages unto themselves. Some of these properties, belonging to ballers from all walks of life, have practically everything in them. Until now, because all those super estates will be put to shame by the Antilia, the part skyscraper, part mansion, that actually has everything in it.

Located in Mumbai, India and built for “six people,” this place is a structure that’ll have all the cube-loving, creative players of Minecraft drooling at the mouth. This erected structure was created for the 6th richest man in the world (Mukesh Aambani), ascends 550 feet in the air, and packs in a whopping 400,000 square feet of interior across its 27 stories. The first six floors are dedicated to Ambani and his guest’s cars, being able to hold over 120 of them. The entirety of the building has nine elevators that go from the bottom floor all the way up to the helipad on top. About 80% of the entire property’s ceilings are covered in crystal chandelier, and to make sure everything is maintained throughout the massive home, Ambani will employ 660 staff members to work inside. Oh, by the way, being a busy business magnate for his fortune 500 company, Reliance Industries, Ambani very often isn’t home for too long of a time.

For relaxing from his busy schedule, Ambani incorporated a full spa, a movie theater, a handful of full bars, and near the top of the residence, an “unwinding room” that features a full view of the Arabian Sea. We’re sure this is the view Ambani would prefer, as his mega home, worth more than $2 billion, is built in, and surrounded by, one of the poorest and overcrowded areas in all of India. This has brought the mega billionaire a lot of scrutiny, as not only does this mega structure of a home completely ditch the ideas of humility, but it also is a totally douche flex in the faces of some of the world’s most impoverished people. What do you think of the super mansion, and at such a steep price tag, is it really worth the money? Check out more inside pictures of the mansion in the video below.