BAGNODESIGN supplies Gianni Versace's Palazzo Versace

BAGNODESIGN, provider of bathroom solutions, will supply Palazzo Versace, a project located in Cultural Village, Dubai Creek. Palazzo Versace reflects the vision of Gianni Versace.

Situated in a waterfront setting, the Palazzo Versace project comprises of luxury condominiums on one side, with the hotel on the other. BAGNODESIGN was responsible for supplying all the bathroom spaces and worked closely with the designers from the project’s inception.

The bedrooms and suites in this hotel have open plan bathrooms with couple sized spa bath and Palazzo Versace amenities. BAGNODESIGN’s range of bathroom products provided for the development includes sanitaryware and mixers to showers, baths and accessories.

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Construction of the property continues. As of July 2014, the hard paving and early soft landscaping continued around the central pool. The infinity waterfall beyond the central pool is now under construction with the mosaic work having started. Minor remaining work continues to the eastern pool for completion, as well as localized planting, snagging and de-snagging checks of completed hard paving and mosaics.

Installation of feature lighting is also progressing.

Similarly, consultants have begun snagging inspections on the lowest level condominiums to ensure the approved standards of finish are achieved consistently throughout the units. Finishing teams are progressing up the property, with corridor ceilings being boarded and final joinery and decoration underway on the upper floors.

Dubai Properties Group (the master developer) already started to refill the excavations to install utilities, which have taken place on the roads in front of  Palazzo Versace Dubai. Shortly after this, the road works will resume.

Palazzo Versace Dubai was launched in 2006 by Emirates Sunland Group, a 50:50 joint venture between Enshaa’s subsidiary firm Emirates International Holdings (EIH) and Australian developer The Sunland Group. The design included two Versace-branded residential buildings comprised of 169 units, and a Versace-designed hotel with 217 suites.

The opening of Dubai’s $626-million Palazzo Versace hotel and resort is planned for this year.

All photos from Palazzo Versace

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