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Dolce & Gabbana publicizes images of its skyscraper under construction in Miami

23:17, April 5

Dolce & Gabbana has released images of a skyscraper in Miami, created in collaboration with New York architecture studio Studio Sofield, which will be the fashion house's first signature residence.

Located in the Brickell district of downtown Miami, the 90-story tower will reach a height of 320 meters. The skyscraper, called 888 Brickell, will house 259 residences designed by Dolce & Gabbana, restaurants and bars, as well as a pool terrace, event space, fitness, and a spa center.

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The images show a thin tower on a rectangular base surrounded by double-height windows. Landscaped open-air areas are located both on top of the foundation and on the roof of this building, covered with a bronze rectangular cap.

According to the team, the façade, designed by Studio Sofield, is designed as a nod to "typical modernist skyscrapers and mid-century Milanese design and fashion."

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The exterior will feature ivory travertine and matte black steel beams interspersed with gold and bronze highlights.

Dolce & Gabbana collaborated with Milanese studio M2Atelier to design the interiors for this project, creating renderings of dark, moody public spaces with metallic accents and animal print furniture.

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“These designs embody the fashion house’s commitment to using ‘fatto a mano’ (handmade) and carefully considered materials in a perfect blend of the glamor and grace of Italy and Miami,” the team said. “Dolce & Gabbana's signature shades of black, gold and red are artfully woven into the interior design, culminating in a luxurious ambiance.”

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The double entrance hall will be clad in black marble, with a large staircase in the corner leading to private reception areas and lounges.

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The project is expected to be completed in 2028.


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