Viva Vista Lago!

Vista Lago Residences comprises 18 design-led villas in one of the most perfect locations in the world. Overlooking a lake and the Mediterranean Sea beyond, with views of the Rock of Gibraltar and Africa; surrounded by beautiful mountainous terrain that does not obscure the sun, within short driving distance of the largely uninhabited hinterland leading up to Ronda but not more than 15 minutes drive to Puerto Banús and the other stylish urban centres along the coast, this is an exceptional location in an exceptional part of Southern Europe.

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Top-5 pieces of art in Vista Lago Residences

The design team of Vista Lago Residences paid an equal amount of attention to the selection of art for each villa as they have done for the designer furniture. Subtle but irreplaceable, art is found everywhere – in the form of paintings, murals, and even lighting. Vista Lago Residences is a luxury development of 18 design-led villas in one of the most perfect locations in the world.

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Introducing Vista Lago Residences

Vista Lago Residences is a development of 18 luxury villas located 12 minutes from the coast and 15 minutes from Puerto Banús on one of the highest south-oriented plots of El Real de la Quinta. Exceptional positional design allows for views over a lake, mountains, golf courses, the Spanish coastline to Gibraltar and the continent of Africa beyond, all while sitting in your lounge.

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Introducing Villa Alcuzcuz

The 1,200 square metre Villa Alcuzcuz is Marbella's first avant-garde luxury house designed and built under Passive House regulations and standards. Just five minutes from the coast and ten minutes from Marbella, it is located in the gated community of the exclusive Reserva de Alcuzcuz, on the Ronda road.

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Brilliant ideas for better living – this is Bright

The Andalusian Style, they called it, and it was, and still is, beautiful architecture. But over recent years the trend in the Marbella area has been towards a different kind of beauty: the contemporary. Each makes its own demands on interior design, the first largely involving dusty old furniture stores; the second, interior designers. But much interior design now focuses on wellbeing, too often at the expense of aesthetics. Bright is a development company that aims to fix the problem.

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