The unique French Riviera estate owned by Frenchman Pierre Cardin is currently up for sale for $455 million, making it one of the world’s most expensive properties.

Dubbed ‘Palais Bulles’, the house is made up of no less than 28 spherical rooms constructed from mesh and rods and coated in concrete. The design comes courtesy of Antti Lovag and is really unlike any other house in the world.

The property is spread across 13,000 square feet and located on a cliff on Massif de L’Esteral providing spectacular views over the Mediterranean Sea. Of the 28 rooms found in the house, 10 of them are suites with circular beds while there are also three swimming pools varying in size and rather amazingly, a 500-seat outdoor amphitheatre.

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