Take a look at this wacky £300m Bubble Palace


Take a look at this  wacky £300m Bubble Palace

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This wacky £300million bubble mansion on the French Riviera owned by fashion designer Pierre Cardin has hit the market again five years after it was last listed. Italian-born Cardin, 97, bought the wacky Palais Bulles, or Bubble Palace, at auction in the early 90s after the death of its French industrialist owner and used it to host many debauched after-parties and runway shows over the decades.

The photos show the unusual property’s curved design, with standout features including ten unique suites, 11 bathrooms, three swimming pools, luxurious gardens and an amphitheatre that seats 500 with spectacular views of the Mediterranean. Stars which have been guests at the palace include, Marion Cotillard, Rhys Ifans, Dakota Fanning, Pierce Brosnan, even Prince Harry’s ex-beau Cressida Bonas. They have all posed under its terracotta-coloured bubbles during shows or parties. The property is now on the market and it is estimated the house will attract offers of around £305million.

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March 3, 2020 | 6:27 pm