Indian tycoon Mukesh Ambani owns the 27-story building which is worth $1 billion. Located in Mumbai, it houses his family of four and is named after a mythical island, Antilia. It was reported to be constructed from various materials including glass, steel and tiles. The building include six floors of parking, 50-seat cinema, outdoor gardens, swimming pool with spa and gym, guest apartment, maintenance floor, family residence, air traffic control and three helipads on its roof. In addition to that the parking area has enough space for 160 vehicles, the hanging garden is designed to keep the interior cooler in summer and warmer in winter. With the height of 173m, the panorama of Mumbai City and the Arabian Sea can be seen from top floors. The total area of the building is 37,000sq ft, which is larger than Versailles Palace in France.
Mukesh Ambani is the richest man in Asia and the fourth richest man in the world with a personal wealth of $29 billion.
Mr. Ambani, aged 53, is the chairman as well as managing director of Reliance Industries. As one of the largest private sector conglomerates in the world, it works in the field of oil, retail and bio-technology.
Featuring three helipads, a swimming pool and a four-storey hanging garden, each floor of Antilia is used for different purposes
Antilia is a twenty-seven floor building with the height of 173m
Antilia is named after the mythical island in the Atlantic
Antilia is seen from Altamount Road
Each floor are designed with various materials so as to bring a different look
The ceiling of the ballroom is well-equipped with crystal chandeliers
Lounges, fine rugs, chandeliers and mirrors can be seen at any room