Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi announces latest property development project in Australia

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Edo takes Australia! Princess Beatrice’s husband announces his luxury property business is expanding to the Gold Coast – after previously launching in The Alps

  • Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi has unveiled his company’s latest project on Instagram 
  • Princess Beatrice’s husband, 37, shared stunning snaps of property development
  • The launch, set in Gold Coast, Australia, promises exclusive, luxe residences

Princess Beatrice’s husband has announced his company’s launch of a luxurious new property development in Australia.

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took to his Instagram to share snaps featuring the stunning interiors of the project, comprised by five ‘Sky Homes’ and two penthouses in Gold Coast, Queensland.

The business mogul, 37, pictured a bedroom decorated with rustic off-white aesthetics and modern low-hanging lamps amid the background of the city’s gorgeous scenery.

Another photo of the development – which is titled Masthead – captured a modern kitchen, fitted with a jade-hued marble island counter. 

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took to his Instagram to share snaps of the stunning interiors of the project, comprised by five'Sky Homes' and two penthouses in Gold Coast, Queensland

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took to his Instagram to share snaps of the stunning interiors of the project, comprised by five ‘Sky Homes’ and two penthouses in Gold Coast, Queensland

The business mogul, 37, pictured a bedroom decorated with rustic off-white aesthetics and modern low-hanging lamps amid the background of the city's gorgeous scenery

The business mogul, 37, pictured a bedroom decorated with rustic off-white aesthetics and modern low-hanging lamps amid the background of the city’s gorgeous scenery

Princess Beatrice's husband (pictured with his wife in June) has announced his company's launch of a luxurious new property development in Australia

Princess Beatrice ‘s husband (pictured with his wife in June) has announced his company’s launch of a luxurious new property development in Australia

Edo tagged the interior design firm Banda, which he runs, and started age 23.

In the captions, the Italian property developer outlined the project as promising ’28 residences on the Northern end of Main Beach’ with each ‘sky home’ offering 312 square metres of lateral space.

Banda’s website also claims there is one ‘super penthouse on the upper levels of the building’.

According to an online description, residents can expect amenities to include a wellness centre, spa and sauna facilities, a private dining room and an ‘owner’s club lounge with a fully stocked wine & whisky bar’.

The project completion date is set for 2024, but the 28 units are ‘offered for sale off-plan with prices from $5.9m AUD’. 

Another photo of the development - which is titled Masthead - captured a modern kitchen, fitted with a jade-hued marble island counter

Another photo of the development – which is titled Masthead – captured a modern kitchen, fitted with a jade-hued marble island counter

In the captions, the Italian property developer outlined the project as promising'28 residences on the Northern end of Main Beach' with each'sky home' offering 312 square metres of lateral space

In the captions, the Italian property developer outlined the project as promising ’28 residences on the Northern end of Main Beach’ with each ‘sky home’ offering 312 square metres of lateral space

Banda’s aim is to design homes for affluent clients in ‘undervalued’ parts of London, getting them value for money and Masthead appears to be the company’s first offering in Australia.

The company’s Instagram page promoted the Australian development in a video with its head designer earlier this month.

‘What’s really exciting about the project is that we have been invited to design within a really exclusive offering,’ she said. ‘This offering is for 28 residents only and it is located within a super prime residential tower.’

It comes as Edo last year hinted that he is expanding his property development business into the Alps – months after it emerged Prince Andrew was being forced to sell his £17 million chalet. 

A social media video introduced the'exciting project'

The company's clip outlined the offering'within a super prime residential tower'

The company’s Instagram page promoted the Australian project in a video with its head designer earlier this month (pictured left and right)

Banda's aim is to design homes for affluent clients in'undervalued' parts of London , getting them value for money and Masthead appears to be the company's first offering in Australia

Banda’s aim is to design homes for affluent clients in ‘undervalued’ parts of London , getting them value for money and Masthead appears to be the company’s first offering in Australia

London-born Edo had shared several images on his Instagram page, of snow backdrops alongside the words: ‘Banda in the mountains.’

Edo shared several snaps on his Instagram stories, which showed an unidentified snowy wooden chalet with beautiful white mountains in the background.

Text over the top of the images read: ‘Banda Design Studio in the mountains.’

He previously worked to develop residential properties for high-end clients in London.  

Last year Edo shared several shots of snowy chalet buildings alongside the words:'Banda in the mountains'

Last year Edo shared several shots of snowy chalet buildings alongside the words: ‘Banda in the mountains’

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