Villa de Rome is an apartment building built on a particular site in Monte Carlo, on the Boulevard de Suisse, bordering the cliff above the Vallon Sainte Devote, overlooking the Port of Monaco.
The promoter's choice was directed to a Belle Epoque style residence with a limited number of apartments with large volumes ranging from 4 rooms to duplexes with a private roof gardens.
The materials used required a high level of execution and specific know-how. The façades include door and window frames, window sills, balustrades and balcony edges in thick marble. Tall rose marble columns from Portugal (2 stories) outline the southern façade. Black wrought iron is used for the railing on the terraces and copper for the roof. The exterior woodwork is in solid oak.
Inside, each apartment is designed with unique finishes. The building is built on the location of an old hotel. It is composed of 4 levels of basement parking.