The L’Exotique Monaco development – one of the most anticipated luxury residential developments in the Principality of Monaco – is scheduled for completion this month.
Perched high on the cliffs surrounding the principality, the Exotique Monaco sets a new benchmark in luxury living. The development boasts a selection of residences, including 1-bed, 2-bed, and 3-bed apartments and a 2-story penthouse that boasts four master bedrooms and voluminous exterior living areas.
Set in the district of Jardin Exotique Monaco, the building’s high elevation ensures residents enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Principality of Monaco.
Designed to blend into its surroundings seamlessly, this Monaco new building features natural materials, including wood and stone, a nod to the principality’s commitment to sustainability. The liberal use of lush foliage further ensures L’Exotique is in harmony with the surrounding environment.
The residences have been designed to encourage outdoor living, boasting expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that flood each home with natural light, blurring the lines between the interior and the exterior. Large terraces provide the ideal place to make the most of the outdoors, whether it be soaking up the warm Mediterranean sun or enjoying alfresco gatherings with friends and family.
Residents of L’Exotique Monaco enjoy access to a superb selection of exclusive on-site amenities, including a pool, sauna, hammam, fully equipped fitness centre, and concierge services. L’Exotique also includes dedicated underground parking, providing the utmost convenience.
The L’Exotique Monaco architect: Rudy Ricciotti
L’Exotique Monaco was designed by Rudy Ricciotti, an award-winning French architect. His love of nature, passion for clean, sharp lines, and desire to maximise light are reflected throughout L’Exotique’s design, offering residents a tranquil and luxurious haven.
Notable works of Ricciotti include the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations at the entrance of the Old Port in Marseille, France, and the striking Musee de la Romanite in Nimes, France.
He has been honoured with multiple prestigious awards, including the Prix National de l’Architecture, the Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, a Gold Medal from la Fondation de L’Academie d’Architecture, and the Officer of the National Order of Merit.
The district of Jardin Exotique Monaco
Jardin Exotique Monaco is a quiet residential development popular with families and those seeking a quieter pace of life yet easy access to the principality’s finest attractions. Located in the north-western part of the city-state, Jardin Exotique shares a border with France, La Condamine, Fontvieille, and Monte-Carlo.
One of the highlights of Jardin Exotique Monaco is its stunning botanical gardens, a mature exotic garden filled with more than 1,000 species of cacti and Mediterranean plants. Spanning three acres, this exquisite garden offers a tranquil respite from day-to-day life along with beautiful views of the Rock of Monaco, Port Hercules, and the Mediterranean Sea stretching towards the coastline of Italy. Other features of Jardin Exotique Monaco include the Princess Grace Hospital, the National Museum of Monaco in Villa Paloma, the Princess Antoinette Park, and a host of everyday amenities, including supermarkets, schools, restaurants, cafes, and service providers.
Residents of Jardin Exotique can effortlessly access Monaco’s legendary restaurants, resorts, and designer boutiques via a network of elevators that provide seamless travel to districts such as La Condamine, Monte-Carlo and the iconic Carre d’Or.