The ultimate in luxury living with the music moguls’ latest acquisition – a stunning futuristic mega-mansion in the heart of Malibu. With a jaw-dropping price tag of $200 million, this architectural masterpiece is the epitome of opulence and sophistication.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé have recently made a high-end residential real estate acquisition in Southern California, which has garnered attention in the real estate industry. The pair has recently acquired a Malibu estate, which was designed by the renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando and was finalized in 2014, for a sum of $200 million.
The property comprises a 45,000 square foot residence that boasts a scenic view of Paradise Cove. Additionally, the estate features deeded access to a highly coveted and aesthetically pleasing beach, which is considered one of the most exclusive in the state. The estate encompasses a total of eight acres, providing ample space for exploration. The house itself boasts an interior space of nearly one acre, offering ample opportunity for wandering.
The architecture of the house presents a combination of modern and futuristic elements. The angles are characterized by their severity, and there is a substantial amount of glass incorporated into the design. The communal living areas feature a variety of terraces and indoor/outdoor spaces that are diverse and disparate in nature, resembling hallways or corridors.
A specific area within the property has been allocated for the swimming pool. The design of the pool area features steep, high walls made of architectural concrete, which creates a cavernous effect. This design element gives the space a tunnel-like appearance, with a focus on the distant Pacific horizon.
Online resources offer various depictions of indoor spaces, one of which features a dining area equipped with a table platform oriented towards a towering glass wall, accompanied by an adjacent outdoor dining terrace.
The abode is among a collection of properties that the affluent duo have purportedly or verifiably procured within recent years. In the year 2017, there was an expression of interest in a real estate property worth $100 million located in the Bel-Air area.