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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:21 AM
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by Claudia Endler last modified May 04, 2011

    This private home in Antilia Mumbai could be mistaken for a sky scrapper or a hotel.   With its 173 meter high walls, 27 story tower, an asymmetric stack of glass, steel and tiles with a four-story hanging garden and solid gold chandeliers hanging from the ball room ceiling, — Continue reading …




 

 

 

 

This private home in Antilia Mumbai could be mistaken for a sky scrapper or a hotel.   With its 173 meter high walls, 27 story tower, an asymmetric stack of glass, steel and tiles with a four-story hanging garden and solid gold chandeliers hanging from the ball room ceiling, and six levels of parking, it may as well be.  A modern version of a mansion is for a modern man of industry versus a man of royalty, Mukesh Ambani.  He is the richest man in India, fourth richest man in the world.  He shares this home with his wife and their 3 children.  At a cost of $1billion it is the largest most expensive home in the world, arguably, with the current state of the economy and the flux of currency that could change.
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