‘A pool in the basement is a clear marker of wealth’: how the super-rich are digging down
In London’s richest boroughs vast subterranean enclaves are being carved out over several floors to house cars, wine, saunas and private nightclubs. How did underground living – once associated with poverty and disease – become an investment scheme for the uber-wealthy?With its eclectic fusion of Regency and mythological motifs, Havona ... read more
Source: GuardianPublished on 2018-05-07