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Aykon Nine Elms to feature Versace Home interiors

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 24, 2015 in Interiors
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The 50-storey Aykon Nine Elms residential tower in London will feature interiors designed by Versace Home

DICO UK Property Holdings Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of DAMAC International, has recently revealed the first of its fashion residences in London. Designed by world-renowned architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF), the 50-storey tower is set to feature 360 units with interiors designed by luxury Italian firm Versace Home. A selection of one, two and three bedroom penthouses will be available in the property, with Manhattan Studio units also being offered.

AYKON Nine Elms is set to be an iconic tower in the heart of London

In contrast to many builds in the city that relegate amenities to underground or lower floors, the tower places the state of the art gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, residential lounge and children’s play area at the centre of the building, allowing for sweeping views of the surrounding cityscape along the Thames river.  A roof garden is also slated for the area, so residents may enjoy the outdoors during the summer months.

Floor to ceiling windows take advantage of the expansive London views

Clients investing in top-tier residences will receive personal consultation with the Versace team, so as to create a bespoke interior feel to their home. Aykon Nine Elms will be the first private residence of this scale in London to be completely designed by the fashion house. Breaking ground at the beginning of 2016, the project is due for completion by 2020.

Luxury permeates every element of AYKON Nine Elms with Interiors by Versace Home

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