Houses of Style

Known for its seating, case goods, lighting, outdoor furniture, and other home furnishings that put a modern twist on traditional Italian designs, Fendi Casa is thinking outside the showroom by furnishing model or for-sale units at premier real estate developments. In New York, the private residences at 400 Fifth Avenue ( feature the brand’s leather sofas and chairs, lacquer furniture, rugs, and chandeliers in the development’s 3,590-square-foot penthouse, which is priced at about $18 million fully furnished. The 9,500-square-foot model residence for the Mansions at Acqualina in Miami incorporates furnishings from Fendi Casa in bold prints and materials such as fox and zibeline. And Acqualina’s two-story penthouse, Palazzo d’Oro, which is priced at $55 million, will feature custom Fendi Casa furnishings, as well as Fendi Casa kitchen and closet designs, upon its completion in early 2015. Prospective buyers at Oil Nut Bay, a real estate development in the British Virgin Islands, can stay in the 1,334-square foot penthouse suite ($2,500 to $2,925 per night), which Fendi Casa has cast in a neutral palette of creams and beiges, with overstuffed sofas and outdoor furnishings that encourage lounging.

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