Earlier I drew a mansion called “Cresta de León” and now here is my design for the Ultimate Mega Mansion. I love symmetry, so I designed the home to be very symmetrical. What do you guys think? Rather than hand drawing it, I decided to draw it using Adobe Illustrator. I find Illustrator very easy when trying to draw large scale homes. If any of you guys need any help, just let me know.

The home is called “Casa de Forder” =). It measures 46,000 square feet and will be located in Saddle River, NJ (in my dreams of course haha). Now it’s your turn! Send in your “Ultimate Mega-Mansion” designs and I’ll post them up  for the world to see.

  • It is a unique design. I think you should go for something more classical and popular, something like a design inspired by a Newport, RI cottage. Or perhaps one design inspired by the great homes on Long Island, NY.

    But I do like the one you have made, there is something special about it.




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  • Grrrowler

    I do appreciate the symmetry, but a turret or tower should be a special feature on a facade. Too many of them takes away the specialness. I think fewer of them would actually make it more interesting.




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    • Lane

      yea i agree, way too many turrets.

      and i also think 6 chimneys is a little extreme.




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  • Kenny Forder

    Yeah, I agree, there are too many turrets and chimneys. I just updated the post with a new pic (I took out some chimneys and turrets). What do you guys think?




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  • Swimmer

    The middle roof behind the front door should be much taller and steeper, and have an ornate ridge at the top! Other then that, it is great!




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  • Venom

    I like it, it is way over the top.
    It is like a Russian’s wet dream. lol




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  • Charlie

    It’s a little too islamic – those domes are not exactly charming.




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  • KEV

    I am also a big fan of symmetry, I don’t care how crazy you go on the interior but I like the left and right sides be a mirror image if you cut that thing in half, so I love that about the design. The only other change I would make besides what others have mentioned is to widen the entry area to at least double what you have it–a house of that size needs a huge entry, huge front doors, huge porch, etc…probaby around 40 feet across to make it to scale.




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