Inside Celebrity Homes: Giorgio Armani’s Retreat in Antigua Island – The villas, which overlook Galley Bay, follow the rocky contours down the cliff. Connected by a network of terraces that offer both passage and refuge, the enclave enfolds tropical gardens, swimming pools and a private beach.
Even Armani, a master of tonal nuance and shape, couldn’t improve on nature’s divine riff of color and form. “Antigua is quite simply one of the most scenic islands in the Caribbean, with lush areas of countryside juxtaposed against a myriad selection of beaches,” says the designer. All of the rooms were oriented to maximize sea views. The master bedroom’s bed is situated to take in the terrace and the sea beyond.
The designer used pieces from his own line of furniture, Armani Casa, throughout the interiors, including the U-shaped Grembo sofa in Villa Flower’s living room. Lamps, accessories and textiles from his home collection were also incorporated. The gray palette characterizes Villa Flower; Villa Serena was decorated in shades of beige.
Stairways that meander along the cliff connect guest quarters, terraces and pools. Rather than using glass panes for the windows, Armani opted for louvered shutters, light draperies and mosquito netting, which soften sunlight while allowing sea breezes to circulate. A tranquil veranda in Villa Flower.
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