Inside a $32 Million Upside Down House with 130 Ancient Oak Trees | Architectural Digest Posted on May 19, 2019 Ancient Architectural chicago hotels dallas hotels Digest hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas house las vegas hotels million Oak private jet rental property travel travel vlog Trees upside. vacation 29 thoughts on “Inside a $32 Million Upside Down House with 130 Ancient Oak Trees | Architectural Digest” why would someone need a house like this?Reply Should trim the lawn for the videoReply If I ever win a lottery, I’m going to purchase this house 😌Reply This house is gorgeous and if I hit the lottery for 173 million, babe it's Sold. Ok but I gotta haggle that 32 mil. I'll give you 29.5 …. The other money I"d have to use for Taxes.😀😀😀Reply You forgot to mention the 50 gallon drums of Windex stored in the garage needed to keep the place looking clean…Reply How can I buy this? This is my contact 09104977749Reply I usually think about the design elements of any shelter shown or printed. However, I kept thinking this is just the realization of what greed looks like. Rather than enjoying the tour, I was shaking my head, thinking how much is too much for some people. Why do they believe they have a right to use this much of the natural resource of the world.I went to the Arabian peninsula, visited Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Chatar,etc and my Kuwait friend and his family. He got a MA degree the USA, so we got to be friends. My friend’s house is 29,000 square feet—his sisters even bigger. (Yes, bigger than this house). I asked him and his family about why so Very large. They talked about cultural differences—family space, public space, family prayer space, gender specific spaces, services we don’t envision for home—a dry cleaner, sewing/mending plus the usual laundry spaces. Culturally there are service people for each family member plus double spaces for two kitchens, chefs and dining rooms for small family meals and gathering of multitudes come on prayer days. Individually the aesthetic isn’t luxury, but the volume was mind blowing. I had many talks with him and family members about resource use and how much is enough. His lifestyle is from historical land ownership and fossil fuel—over $4B.I’m thinking Arch.Digest May want to go on a field trips to see how resource consumption is happening in the world—Mtaylasia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore have all made me shake my head.Show me smaller, creative shelter that doesn’t consume for 50 people.Reply it cost 2 iphone xs max and one iphone x in my countryReply Too many sharp edges on the furniture and fixtures..I love the doors and the Oak tree over the pool.😊Reply I had just finished watching a 5,000 $ tiny house……Reply That guest house is probably nicer than anything I will ever be living in.Reply $32,000,000 for faux wood paneling — in the kitchen. At least Anne B. Davis had real bricks!!!Window walls went out with analog. You couldn’t sneeze in that house with becoming viral social media sensation!Reply I think they made a typo with the price. $32,000,000? I think it was ment to be $3.2,000,000Reply Whereas im sat here in my shedReply after buying the house, the fire🔥 comes and strike the house🏡😂😂😂😂😂Reply Why say split, when you can say bifurcate. Or glazing instead of windows. Pretentious misuse and salesman speakReply What about all the creepy crawlys that will surely enter the house? 😱Reply Am I the only one who thouht about bugs when i saw these huge windows????Reply Why does he hold his phone in his hand all the timeReply I have this in GTA5Reply No home theatre thoughReply WHO want house of mia khalifaReply 32 mil and not even a good view? Nah..Reply "organically shaped pool" 4:24 how'd this agent know my favourite shape is organicReply Great concept and scenery but I'm sorry, i don't like the house 😞Reply Nice but not 32 Mil niceReply i wish life would be more like minecraft, so that everybody could build homes like this for themselfBeeing completely independent from the monetary system.. what a dream..Reply Yeah dream houseReply simple yet elegantReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.