Set atop the highest hill in Mumbai, this status symbol home with eleven travertine floors is witness to the power and influence of just one family. The vast spaces and extremely finest materials (both imported and local) are the backdrop to the solemnity of the encounter between the ancient constructions of Imperial Rome and the legendary Maharajahs’ palaces. The interiors are a succession of hanging gardens, swimming pools, wellness areas, display spaces, utility areas and luxurious private rooms. A gigantic "machine à habiter", in the words of Le Corbusier.