A five year old, but suddenly very timely, award-winning apocalyptic short by David Coquard Dassault featuring a pack of dogs wandering an abandoned housing estate.
Thanks Blueshirts, etc.
Behold: Residence 950 – a 9,500 square foot home in San Francisco’s salubrious Russian Hill neighbourhood with spectacular views across the entire Bay Area. A garden filled with ancient olive trees, a Norwegian stone infinity pool, a glass elevator linking all four floors with three bedrooms, a two-storey art gallery, wellness centre and an underground garage for four cars displayed on turntables.
Yours for a mere $45,000,000 (€39,500,000)
Not an official Ferrari model per se, (or even the 1960s’ swankiest hearse) but rather a unique two-door estate version of the 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2.
The 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Shooting Brake was commissioned by Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti Jr. and styled by American illustrator Bob Peak, it is thought to be the last Ferrari crafted by Italian coachbuilder Vignale.
Yours for between €600,000 and €770,000.
Meanwhile, inside the Allsop
Vulture Gathering auction in The Shelbourne Hotel earlier.
Instagram don’t make it any prettier