Meraas BVLGARI Ocean Mansions are a group of eight ultra-exclusive luxury villas created by the Italian architectural company Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel that delicately wrap the northern shore of Jumeirah Bay Island over the sparkling seas of the Arabian Gulf. The five-bedroom residences appear to float over the seaward edge of the island and have a stunning garden area at the entrance, evoking the BVLGARI architectural heritage and flair.
Elegant architectural details emphasise the illusion of continuity with the surrounding seascape, while the structure seems suspended between the water and the sky, highlighting the dramatic transition from land to sea. The BVLGARI Ocean Mansions strike the ideal blend between openness and solitude.
A majestic yet unobtrusive entrance leads to full-height windows facing the sea, enabling sunlight to flood the home. The use of superior materials and attention to detail enhances the utilisation of natural light, making the room pleasant and elegant.
The function, living, and dining rooms have complete exposure to open water, while the interior space seamlessly integrates with a spacious wooden balcony that wraps around the bottom floor, emphasising the connection between the internal and outdoor areas. An infinity pool on the edge of the balcony, decorated with Italian mosaics, offers the appearance of continuity with the sea. A stunning display kitchen is located opposite the glass-enclosed living room and includes a wet kitchen, making it incredibly useful. A prominent feature of the house is an artistically built metal stairway that leads to the first level.
The common area on the first level, lined with plush wool, joins four bedrooms and the main suite. Each room has fine timber floors, bespoke wardrobes, and en-suite bathrooms with beautiful stone and porcelain. The wrap-around balcony and huge windows ensure that all rooms have plenty of natural light and easy access to the external spaces. A wrap-around glass window provides stunning views of the cityscape and the Gulf from the en-suite, which also enjoys direct access to a private terrace.