Spire of luxury

Century Spire, the first luxury mixed-use tower in the Asia-Pacific region designed by Giorgio Armani, continues to draw interest from well-heeled Filipinos and foreign investors in search of rare finds. “Excitement always surrounds such developments, especially if its value is magnified by a design brand that is revered the world over,” said Robbie Antonio, managing director of the Century Properties Group. “Through its interior design for Century Spire, Armani/Casa captures the Asian market with finer tastes in luxury,” he added. Complementing the elegance of Armani/Casa’s design is the arresting tower architecture of Daniel Libeskind. “I’m interested in the dialogue between two companies that have different “languages”: that of a rigorous Armani style and the unpredictable style of architecture called “deconstructive”, with shapes that seem to break the rules,” explained Armani. Shown in photo are (from left to right): Daniel Libeskind, Giorgio Armani and Robbie Antonio.

Source: The Standard | August 6, 2016

By | August 9th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Spire of luxury

Century Spire, the first luxury mixed-use tower in the Asia-Pacific region designed by Giorgio Armani, continues to draw interest from well-heeled Filipinos and foreign investors in search of rare finds. “Excitement always surrounds such developments, especially if its value is magnified by a design brand that is revered the world over,” said Robbie Antonio, managing director of the Century Properties Group. “Through its interior design for Century Spire, Armani/Casa captures the Asian market with finer tastes in luxury,” he added. Complementing the elegance of Armani/Casa’s design is the arresting tower architecture of Daniel Libeskind. “I’m interested in the dialogue between two companies that have different “languages”: that of a rigorous Armani style and the unpredictable style of architecture called “deconstructive”, with shapes that seem to break the rules,” explained Armani. Shown in photo are (from left to right): Daniel Libeskind, Giorgio Armani and Robbie Antonio.

By | August 6th, 2016|Century in the News|