Located in Marea, Studio MBM founder Maurizio Bianchi Mattioli built a villa residence that blends into the beach landscape. At first glance, the architecture approaches landscape and landscape approaches architecture. This stunning villa is just outside the ancient city of Batroun, fifty kilometers up the Lebanese coast from Beirut. Previously this location was a Syrian army camp that was inaccessible to civilians, until now sixty units were built arranged in four terraced rows. Walking from the sea, you’ll head straight for a private beachfront home followed by a variety of smaller residences, townhouses, and condos.
Thanks to their natural environment,
Sixty units is not a small amount for a villa. But despite the density of the site, the units have substantial privacy and amenities. It features double living room, terrace and private pool. Even the smallest of condos has a patio or rooftop deck. Certain parts of the villa are open to residents sharing access to the public clubhouse on the beach. Get inspired!
photography: Bruce Damonte