There might not be a more anticipated new residential build than the Giorgio Armani luxury condominium building in Miami dubbed Residences by Armani/Casa. We can now get the first inside look at the model unit that happens to be the first-ever model home designed by the renowned label in the U.S.
The 4,000-square-foot home is envisioned as a "mansion in the sky," emphasizing light and serenity. With floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the Atlantic Ocean and expansive terraces with glass railings, it gives the impression that one is floating above the ocean. The color scheme—sandy tones and seafoam greens—is carried throughout the space, which boasts four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
The kitchen comes with Armani/Dada-designed cabinetry, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and imported stone countertops and backsplashes. At the same time, the master suite has an Armani/Dada-designed midnight bar with a marble countertop and sink. The powder and guest bathrooms also feature marble detailing and Armani/Roca fixtures, so the famous label's vibe is evoked in every nook.
Some of the stunning Armani/Casa products featured in the model home include the Botticelli bed and Cimarosa bedside table in the master, the Dream Bed, G-shaped table with a three-dimensional effect, and Miya table lamp in the guest bedroom, a Jolie desk in the office, and Borromini Chaise-longue in the lounge.
"I started Armani/Casa's Interior Design Studio 14 years ago to work with private individuals and developers on projects where I could bring my aesthetic vision to life in a way that adds something valuable to the plan," Giorgio Armani previously told Departures. 'This is not so much about branding a project with the name Armani as getting involved in a much deeper way where the research and the coherence that we apply to all aspects of interior design—the materials, aesthetics, and overall lifestyle approach—will really benefit the proposed scheme."
Residences are available for immediate occupancy, ranging from 1,800 to 6,000 square feet, and start at $2.9 million.