It was the ’60s when Prince Karim Aga Khan fell in love with the most famous tract of the Sardinian coast: Porto Cervo and the Emerald Coast. So Prince Karim Aga Khan and several entrepreneurs established the Emerald Coast Consortium and started to build Porto Cervo.
The urban development project, the Masterplan, was based on respect for the area. The architectural choices and the materials used to fabricate these famous extra luxury villas prove it. The Prince called some world-renowned architects: Luigi Vietti, Jacques Coulle, Michele Busiri Vici and Antonio Simon Mossa.
These four prestigious houses perfectly show the Mediterranean style that was adopted:
- Villa Ortensia in Porto Cervo by Jacques Coulle
- Villa Sirea in Porto Cervo by Savin Coulle
- Le luxurious villas at the Parco del Pevero by Jean Cluade Lesuisse
- Villa Solenzana in Stintino by Jean Cluade Lesuisse
For more details about the Emerald Coast Consortium, the architectural choices and these four famous villas, read our article on ImmobilSarda website The architects of the villas in Porto Cervo.
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