Saint Moritz mansion
A person with the net worth of $ 7 billion can have holiday homes around the world and when its fashion designer Giorgio Armani a designer house is expected at least in the best of the places of world.
Location: The sought after designer owns an alpine retreat in world away from the hustle and bustle of Saint Moritz which is a is a resort town in the Engadine valley in Switzerland. This is a winter retreat in winter residence in La Punt a serene small town miles away from the busy life of Saint Moritz.
Accommodation: This is a 17th century architectural house with far more multi-ethnic interiors which creates a sense of history and formal grace. This three story home has thick shutters to protect the tiny windows and just at the front is inscribed the name of the house “Chesa Orso Bianco, or Polar Bear House, which was presented by an earlier occupant. The entire house is majorly done with wood that gives it an elegant look. The lavish living room is decked in dark brown wood with a fireplace and a taxidermy polar bear that looms in the living room (a gift, Armani says, “From someone I am very fond of”). The whole house has the mahogany beams overhead, creating a blend among the then and now aspects of the architecture while intensifying the spatial drama. The house has a Japanese-style sliding doors lining that provides way to the dining room and kitchen. The house has six bedrooms and has an extensive top-floor master suite with domed ceilings and dormer windows. The mahogany wood used in the house is treated with waterproof treatment so that the elegant interior remains as it is forever. The best part of the house is an elevated space with a barrel-vault ceiling that has a small private chapel. The house has been designed by his own team with perfection in detail.
The master bedroom
The dining hall
High ceilinged living room
Another living room
The living room
Saint Moritz mansion
The mahogany staircase
The designer's place
The eminent Italian designer Giorgio Armani owns two linked villas in the scenic islands of Antigua which reflect their own sleekly graceful style. The two gorgeous villas are named Villa Serene and Villa Flower, and are sumptuously equipped with various elements conforming to the characteristic personal style of the designer and creating an ambiance of chic comfort. While Villa Flower is characterized by gray palette, shades of beige define the style of Villa Serene.
Location: Armani’s gorgeous villas are located in the Caribbean island of Antigua.
Accommodation: The Caribbean beach house features a distinct sleek design, which makes it stand apart from the other villas present on the island. The designer employed pieces from his own furniture line throughout the villa’s interiors. The prominent classic pieces used from the collection include a U shaped Grembo sofa in the living room, some lamps, accessories and textiles.
The dark-toned dining area features bright splashes of color, offering a charismatic appeal. All of the Villa’s rooms, including the elegant master bedroom were designed to maximize sea views. The guest bath features a peaked beam ceiling which enhances the notion of spaciousness inside it. Floors of the living rooms and bedrooms are clad in tatami and wood is a constant material employed throughout the elegant interiors.
Features: The dramatic Cliffside retreat incorporates a stunning design pattern which would be surely an eye candy for anyone. Armani added up his characteristic personal style to the villas by opting for louvered shutters, mosquito netting and light draperies as substitute for window glass panes. Multiple living and relaxation areas in the outdoors offer the perfect space for the designer to chit chat with his dear ones. Overlooking a gorgeous swimming pool is an outdoor dining area featuring a slot top table equipped with dishes, cutlery, and Armani designed rectangular shape bronze serving pieces.
Armani owns a 150-foot yacht “Main” designed by Milan-based architect Giancarlo Ortelli and a team of in-house architects. Giorgio's customized yacht features a sophisticated exterior design and maximum part of the exterior painted in anthracite grey, offering it a distinctive style.
Features: The yacht features a matt black mooring rope and a classy exterior design. The superbly finished spacious interiors are marvelously adorned, exhibiting a unique blend of style and charisma. The motor yacht also includes a separate bar area and a beautiful spiral staircase. The sleek sundeck offers ample space to sunbathe and enjoy other recreational activities.
Accommodation: The luxury yacht features seven deluxe suites which include one owner cabin and six double cabins, offering comfy accommodation for maximum 14 guests. It also holds space for 14 onboard crew members to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Specification: The motor yacht features an aluminum superstructure and steel hull with a beam of 11.20m and draft of 3.70m. The majestic yacht has a cruising speed of 14 knots and maximum speed of 17 knots. Equipped with two powerful diesel engines, it attains a range of 6000 nm at 14 knots.
Armani with Refaeli
Giorgio Armani bought one of the most beautiful islands, the Skorpios for $190 million. It is reported heavyweights such as Roman Abramovich, Bill Gates and Madonna were also in the race to get their hands on this piece of land but Armani beat them all. Located in the Ionian Sea, off the western coast of Greece, Skorpios was the shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis and was the site of his marriage. The island also has a lavish property known as the Pink House which includes tennis courts and picturesque gardens. It was sold to Armani by Onassis's granddaughter Athina Onassis Roussel.
Greek private island
Keen interest in sports
Giorgio Armani has a strong bending for sports since his childhood. He is a sporty and passionate person.