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Villa Spar is a modern architecture abandoned villa. Contemporary design and minimalist elements found here.

Mix of wood, glass, stone and marble in a rather empty spot with an amazing swimming pool and an imposing living room !

The pictures are taken from two different visits, in the same year. One of my favorite places ever !! For now, the place is destructed.













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Strange that somewhere so modern and stylish would be abandoned. Looks like a cool place to live :) 

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12 hours ago, The_Raw said:

Strange that somewhere so modern and stylish would be abandoned. Looks like a cool place to live :) 

Always the same with the residential stuff... Really hard to get informations about it.

11 hours ago, Andy said:

I thought the same as The_Raw. Thanks for showing us.

My pleasure :) ! I love this place.

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3 hours ago, jones-y-gog said:

Interesting place, we'll probably never know its story...

Sadly... Maybe if you search something on the other reports. 

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