March 4, 2024

Recently, many of the world’s top automotive designers have taken a surprisingly strong interest in architecture. Lamborghini has now decided to get serious about its architectural ambitions, unveiling plans to build a number of high-end villas in Spain, alongside similar projects by Aston Martin, Porsche, Bugatti and Bentley.

At first glance, Lamborghini’s growing enthusiasm for architectural design may seem a bit of a headache. However, there are big bucks to be made lending its name to a luxury residence.For example, its previous development in Dubai was in such high demand that it sold out before it was built.

Named Tierra Viva, this latest project will consist of 53 unique villas situated on a slope near the village of Bejanaves on the outskirts of Marbella, long a favorite destination for the rich and famous land. The villas will come in three different styles and will be positioned to ensure residents have superb panoramic views of the nearby Mediterranean Sea.

According to Lamborghini, the houses themselves are inspired by its iconic supercar design, though it’s a subtle pattern and line that will resonate with those in the know, not as obvious as the Huracán or Revuelto-shaped houses.

Tierra Viva is being developed with luxury real estate firm Dar Global
Tierra Viva is being developed with luxury real estate firm Dar Global


Villas will include four to six bedrooms, direct car access, large swimming pools, multiple terraces and lush gardens. The interior, meanwhile, will feature high-end materials inspired by Lamborghini style, with polished marble floors, leather furniture and expansive glass windows that will focus on the landscape. There will also be 24/7 security and no doubt some shared facilities.

No further details are known at this time, and we have no word on expected pricing yet, although these are certainly no Marketed as a starter home. The project is being developed in partnership with luxury real estate firm Dar Global and is expected to be completed by 2027.

source: lamborghini, but the global