While Provençal architecture often recalls somber landscapes, the cheerful, luminous architecture of the Côte d'Azur reflects the Italian imagination as much as the conventions of the Mediterranean basin. Within this context, a stone’s throw from the port of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, the Grevillia property captures the serenity of the most famous Riviera shores.

Grevilla is a high-end development that combines contextual exterior design, which blends with the area's traditional landscape, with modern interiors, including advanced amenities and state-of-the-art technology and building management systems.

Three independent and autonomous villas are surrounded by lush gardens and swimming pools. Luc Svetchine, the
architect of the project, explains the story behind the design:

“The facades emphasize elegance. Respect for classical elements merges with a fluid, contemporary style. The spectacular views of the Riviera's sea and mountains invite you to open up to the landscape. Refined, modern décor highlights the continuity of luminous spaces, noble materials and detailed design, integrating comfort without ever disclosing the sophisticated techniques behind it.”

A commitment to local materials and moods has resulted in a Mediterranean garden of indigenous items, like the traditional colored coatings and tiles for the facade, and the stone surfaces, tiles, stuccos and wrought iron gates. True to tradition, the marble hails from nearby Italy.”

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