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It's Official! The Residences by Armani/Casa in Miami, Florida

Now one can drape Armani not only on the body, but also to one’s taste in interior spaces.  The imaginative and elegant designer’s genius extends to luxury you can live in.

By: E.J. Webber | July 21, 2014

Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio, Dezer Development, and Related Group have partnered to create the newest luxurious residences to Miami: Residences by Armani/Casa. World-renowned Argentine-born architect César Pelli, creator of the Petronas Towers in Malaysia and Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, has designed the 60-story oceanfront tower in Sunny Isles Beach, FL (just north of Bal Harbour), with 260 luxury residences that reflect Giorgio Armani's aesthetic sensibility and his hallmark sense of comfort and functionality.


Giorgio Armani, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Armani Group says, "Armani/Casa was born from my desire to see my design aesthetic at work in interior spaces. On a project like this, where we have the benefit of partnering with a talented architect like César Pelli, we get the opportunity to create something really very special – a remarkable living space, imbued with the spirit of modern elegance."


"We are thrilled to partner with such a talented individual as Giorgio Armani in the further expansion of his brand into the residential real estate arena," says Gil Dezer, President of Dezer Development. "The tower will be representative of the Armani lifestyle; it will possess distinctive luxury and unrivalled elegance, as do our other branded buildings."


"I am delighted The Related Group is part of this collaboration with the extraordinary talents of César Pelli and Giorgio Armani," said Jorge M. Pérez, founder of The Related Group. The Residences by Armani/Casa brings a new level of taste to Sunny Isles Beach, which has become one of the best oceanfront locations in the world for sophisticated condominium living and design."


Residences by Armani/Casa at 18975 Collins Avenue is scheduled for completion in 2016.


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