The Armani Group has announced a new partnership between Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio and Sharjah developer Arada for the development of Armani Beach Residences Palm Jumeirah, a new ultra-luxury addition to Dubai’s skyline.
To be designed by Tadao Ando Architects & Associates, Armani Beach Residences Palm Jumeirah will feature the Japanese Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s longstanding emphasis on the association between nature and architecture.
Located on the outer crescent of the iconic manmade islands in Dubai, the project will offer a luxurious spatial experience that also provides a visual and compelling connection between each residence and the sea, said Armani.
Armani Beach Residences Palm Jumeirah will contain a range of beautifully appointed homes, including a select number of penthouses, as well as a series of world-class amenities carefully designed to allow every resident the chance to enjoy an elegant, productive and active lifestyle.
Sales of Armani Beach Residences will start in the second half of the year and the entire project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2026.
Chairman and Group CEO Giorgio Armani said: “I am delighted to renew our collaboration with Tadao Ando, with whom the Armani Group has a long association, dating back to the design of Armani/Teatro in Milan in 2001.”
“I believe that this new partnership with Arada and Tadao Ando will also result in an exceptional and magnificent place in which to live,” he added.
Arada Vice Chairman Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed bin Talal said: “With an outstanding location on the hugely in-demand Palm Jumeirah islands, we’re excited at the prospect of bringing this truly unique residential opportunity to Dubai.
Tadao Ando, the Founder of Tadao Ando Architects & Associates, said: “The architecture at this wonderful location is designed to pursue a visual and experiential continuity between the interiors and the seascape that surrounds the project, with the interplay of light and shadow helping to create a dynamic sequence from arrival to the public areas and finally to each impeccable residence.”