Tuesday 07 Aug 2012
International architecture and interior design firm dwp's scope for 'Priva' by Sansiri residential project included the design, FFE props selection and arrangement for the lobby and facilities areas (340sqm), as well as the design and construction of the 268sqm penthouse.
Once more, dwp took high-end residential luxury to another level, by offering a unique and serene metropolitan-style living, suited to a central city location. dwp translated this concept into an enriched lifestyle experience, using authentic furniture and accessories from the famous Armani Casa.
The lobby, warm and sophisticated, has a natural cream stone finishing. Armani Casa furniture and lighting fixtures make the space luxurious and inviting. An inlaid linear stone pattern on the walls creates a sleek flow from the lounge area to the corridor and mail room. A checkered plush area rug is found in the waiting area, adding a sense of home and comfort for arriving guests.
The Armani Casa concept was carried through from the lobby, into the private penthouse setting. Creating intimacy and a special place to relax, unwind and entertain, the penthouse is embraced by beauty, evident in the furniture and objects chosen. The unit is split into entertaining and private zones: private entrance foyer, open pantry with natural black stone tops, formal living and dining spaces, casual reading and relaxing area, separate work room, and 3 private bedrooms.
dwp created a distinctive atmosphere, combining furnishings and accessories for both day and night zones, respecting the compatibility of the shapes, materials and colour, within a bright, but softly lit, environment. Every room has a distinctive touch and attention to detail, utmost quality in materials and finishes, for a timeless appeal. The penthouse unit had remained unsold during the project launch and building construction, but sold only hours after dwp handed over the premises to Sansiri.
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