Would You Let Giorgio Armani Design Your Home?


Italian designer Giorgio Armani’s home division is going to deck out the interior of exclusive apartments in Rome, as part of a project to convert a historical building into a complex of luxury serviced flats. Some 62 apartments are planned which is composed of six linked buildings surrounding a garden.

You’ll get to offer your opinion; each flat will have its own specific ground plan but will be finalized and furnished according to your personal tastes.

Owners will also enjoy a personal concierge service, available 365 days a year, to help out with maintenance, babysitting, restaurant reservations, theater tickets as well as travel arrangements.

“The scheme was conceived from the desire to transform the ancient buildings of a quarter on the slopes of the Palatine Hill into a prestigious, sophisticated, cutting-edge residential complex,” Armani said in a statement. The apartments will be ready for occupancy next year.

If you’d like to know what an Armani styled home can look like, you can check out these pics below from the NY penthouses that were completed last year. Mostly in black and white, an Armani styled home looks sleek and modern, almost like you’d be living inside a chic hotel.

What do you think? Would you let Giorgio Armani design your home?

(First picture is of the rooftop terrace at The Armani Penthouses at 20 Pine, NY)

Reuters Via Luxist






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