Recreating a Michelin-starred dining experience within the confines of your own home is a notion most without personal chefs would meet with hearty disregard. Although, if you discovered there was indeed a way to enjoy food at home that met the standards presented by the likes of Alain Ducasse and Tom Aikens, for example, it’s probably safe to assume this same whole heartedness that once found solace in disregard, would be displaced into feelings of excitement, curiosity and enthusiasm. Well, prepare yourselves as modern culinary technology has made this the case exactly. Introducing Electrolux Grand Cuisine: the pioneering professional cooking system tailored to suit domesticity and some of the world’s most exquisite homes.
Monaco has long been synonymous with glamour, prestige and wealth but over the last couple of years real estate prices have hit an all-time high as the tiny principality continues to construct luxury residences in order to satisfy the demand of affluent foreign buyers attracted by the advantageous tax laws, great climate and high-quality lifestyle.
The newest international luxury apartments are offering more space than ever. Over the last few years there has been a growing demand for city homes which occupy entire floors and multiple levels allowing wealthy buyers to purchase more space without sacrificing the convenience of a city location. Developers have cottoned onto the trend and some of the newest constructions are now offering truly super-sized residences.
The desirable New York district of Tribeca is soon to be home to one of the Big Apple’s most daring pieces of architecture. The 60-storey skyscraper located at 56 Leonard Street in is formed by a series of stacked units which has earned it the nickname of the ‘Jenga building’ due to its resemblance to the game of interlinking blocks. When completed, the tower will be home to 145 luxury homes costing between $3.5 million to $33 million.