Location: Dubai, UAE

Square Footage: 42,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 14 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This modern mega villa is located in Dubai, UAE and overlooks Montgomerie Golf Course and Dubai skyline. The interior was designed by the renowned Candy & Candy design firm and features approximately 42,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 12 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with floating staircase, numerous reception rooms, 2 gourmet kitchen, indoor pool & spa, massage room, home theater, subterranean 6-car garage with gallery, rooftop lounge and more.

The home comes with a hand painted Vincent Lowe1937 Laselle car, custom designed furnishings by Louis Vuitton and works of art from Warhol, Dali and Joaquim Tenreiro. 

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  • Justin Taylor

    I am actually a fan of the Candy & Candy aesthetic but this is a gigantic miss in my opinion.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed!!




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    • Andrew

      I agree it’s a miss but to me it doesn’t look like it was meant to be ‘Candy & Candy aesthetic’. I mean, just because it’s modern it doesn’t automatically equal ‘Candy & Candy’…




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  • Andrew

    Umm… not for me, I’m afraid. And why is there a bathtub in the middle of the living room?




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  • Daniel

    I’m having trouble believing this was actually done by C&C. The refinement level isn’t even a tenth of a percent of what they usually do. The only thing that looks like C&C work is the black kitchen cabinets and hood. A very strange and ugly home.




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    • Andrew

      Maybe that’s what happens when designers try to branch out from what they do best – the recently featured Nico Van Der Meulen house was another example of this.




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      • Daniel

        If you go on their website it says that C&C will now license its name out. I’m hoping that is what happened here. This home is an embarrassment to the brand.




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  • GeorgeL

    The gun in Pic 3 and the plywood look in Pic 6 need to go.




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