The tireless Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani began the spring season with two gigantic projects: in Milan, he opened the largest Armani Casa store in Europe, and in Dubai he unveiled the first Armani Hotel. Armani's new home-design store is located in Milan's so-called "golden triangle, on Via Sant'Andrea, in a historic 19th century building. The interior of the store is laconic and refined in detail, perfectly embodying Armani's style. Its central element is the monumental brown Eramosa stone stairs. The aesthetic experience of the ideally appointed space is reason enough to check out the store.
Armani's first design hotel is found in the world's tallest building, Burf Khalifa, the newest symbol of Dubai. The hotel has 160 rooms, eight restaurants, and a spa. When working on the project, Armani wanted for guests to feel at home the moment they crossed the threshold of the hotel. The interior of the rooms is aesthetic, without any needless ornamentation, though there is luxury refinement in every detail: excellent bed linens, furniture made specially for the hotel, and Armani Privé cosmetics in the bathroom. The walls of the rooms are covered in Marmorino silk and Florentine leather, and the floors are made of Eramosa stone.
Armani Hotel - Burj Khalifa Tower, Dubai
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