The design and architecture of luxury homes is constantly evolving. To meet the needs and preferences of homeowners, there has already been a shift towards sustainable and environmentally conscious design in recent years, as well as an increased focus on creating spaces that inspire a sense of well-being and connect with nature.
Cyprus is the third largest Mediterranean island after Sicily and Sardinia. Geographically it belongs to Asia, but politically and culturally it is mostly counted to Europe. 1.15 million people live on 9251 km².
Thanks to the elevator that the rooms directly under the roof of servants' apartments became a luxury floor. In the past, the first and second floors were considered to be elegant “Beletage”, but at the beginning of the 20th century “the penthouse” developed as a separate urban design, in which one could travel comfortably with the elevator from then on.
Since the beginning of the Renaissance in the 16th century, the French nobility settled in the Loire Valley for the beauty of the landscape. Because the nobility was to be equated with politics of the time, most of French politics did not take place in Paris, but in the Loire Valley and magnificent palaces were built. There are over 400 along the Loire alone.