Five luxury residential projects designed by luxury car brands

Render of the Bentley Residences skyscraper in Miami

Luxury car brands including Bentley, Bugatti, Aston Martin and Porsche are making the move into high-end homes. Here are five houses and skyscrapers designed by car companies.

Last month Bugatti unveiled its first residential development in Dubai. The tower is the latest foray into real estate by luxury car brands, which are now developing numerous high-end apartments and houses.

Each of the residential buildings has uniquely car-centric details that place the residents’ prized vehicles at centre stage, including bespoke garages and car elevators.

Read on for five residential projects designed by luxury car companies:

Porsche Design Tower Miami, USA, by Porsche and Dezer Development
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Porsche Design Tower Miami, USA, by Porsche and Dezer Development

German car brand Porsche worked with Dezer Development to create its first residential real-estate project Porsche Design Tower Miami, which opened in 2017.

The 60-storey skyscraper contains automated car elevators that allow residents to drive their cars into their apartments and a vehicle concierge offering regular car maintenance, tyre changes and washing.

Porsche is currently a hotel and office tower in Stuttgart, appropriately named Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart.

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Render of the Bentley Residences skyscraper project by car company Bentley in Miami

Bentley Residences, USA, by Sieger Suarez Architects, Bentley and Dezer Development

Also working with Dezer Development, Bentley and Sieger Suarez Architects have designed a skyscraper as the car company’s first branded residential project. The building will be located almost next door to the Porsche Design Tower Miami in Miami beach, with both brands owned by the Volkswagen Group.

Expected to be completed in 2026, the 61-storey skyscraper will feature a car elevator that takes residents in their cars from the ground floor to their apartments.

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Render of the Bugatti skyscraper project by car company Bugatti in Dubai

Bugatti Residences, UAE, by Bugatti and Binghatti

French luxury car company Bugatti recently unveiled designs for its first endeavour in residential real estate – a sinuous 42-storey skyscraper in Dubai containing 171 apartments and 11 penthouses with curved balconies.

Developed in partnership with local developer Binghatti, the residential tower will have two garage-to-penthouse car lifts similar to Bentley Residences, allowing residents to drive their cars directly into their homes.

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Black-cedar exterior of Sylvan Rock house by S3 Architecture and car company Aston Martin
Image by S3 Architecture, courtesy of Corcoran Country Living

Sylvan Rock, USA, by S3 Architecture and Aston Martin

Sylvan Rock is a black cedar house in Hudson Valley, New York, with a faceted metal roof mimicking the surrounding rocky landscape, which was designed by US studio S3 Architecture and British luxury carmaker Aston Martin.

The house is the first project to be designed using Aston Martin’s Automotive Galleries and Lairs service, which the company launched in 2019 for clients to design bespoke garages and homes that showcase their most prized vehicles.

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Aston Martin Residences by Aston Martin and David Adjaye
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Aston Martin Residences, USA, by David Adjaye and Aston Martin

Aston Martin collaborated with British-Ghanaian architect David Adjaye to design five apartments in Adjaye’s 130 William skyscraper in Manhattan, as well as limited edition SUVs for the residents.

The five Aston Martin Residences will be located on the 59th and 60th floors of the 244-metre-tall tower, which is still under construction, and are distinguished from other apartments with furniture, finishes and decorations supplied by the Aston Martin Home Collection.

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