A Peak Inside Giorgio Armani’s Saint Moritz Retreat

A world away from the hustle and bustle of Saint Moritz, Giorgio Armani finds his alpine retreat. Melding a 17th century architectural façade with far more cosmopolitan interiors creates a sense of history and formal grace. Polished mahogany planks are combined with pops of orange and red, minimally furnished with Armani/Casa sofas, chairs and lighting. His own team designed the spaces with perfection in detail. “As a rule the qualities that appeal to me most in Asian style are its precise lines, pure aesthetic, geometric shapes, and wealth of exquisite detailing,” Armani told Architectural Digest, who referenced kimonos and mother-of-pearl in two recent runway  collections.

Photo via Architectural Digest

Photo via Architectural Digest

Photo via Architectural Digest

You can swing by his home in La Punt, Chesa Orso Bianco or simply visit the recent article in Architectural Digest: www.architecturaldigest.com/homes/homes/2012/03/giorgio-armani-home-switzerland-slideshow#slide=1

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