Giorgio Armani designs $10 million apartment at world’s tallest residential tower


Along with Jade Jagger designed houses, the Lodha Group has added new heights to the super luxury living in Mumbai, India with World One – the world’s tallest residential tower. The builders have roped in Italian couturier Giorgio Armani to design Best in Class apartments in the world’s tallest residential building that is said to retail at a whooping half a billion rupees ($10.1 million). Giorgo Armani, renowned for clean, tailored lines, will be dressing up luxurious apartments in India for the first time.

The Rs 2,000-crore ($406.8 million) World One project is slated to come up in Central Mumbai with prices starting at Rs 7.5 crores ($1.5 million). At the unveiling of the first sample apartment, Lodha managing director Abhisheck Lodha said, “It is a privilege for us to partner with Armani/Casa for the interior design at The World Towers. We are committed to providing our customers with excellence in luxury living and we intend to ensure that every single element respects the best standards of quality and aesthetics.”

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The project will be ready by 2014 and will feature two towers, the World One with 117 floors and the World Crest that is 700 ft high. The World Towers will be the first design in Asia by the Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio, with each residential unit exclusively featuring Armani/Roca bathrooms and Armani/Dada kitchens.
[Lodha Palace]
[Via – Economic Times]
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