Damac inks deal with Fendi to design interiors of Dubai, Riyadh towers
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, February 11 - 2013 at 05:12
Dubai's Damac Properties has commissioned Fendi, the Italian fashion company owned by LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, to provide interior designs for the developer's two towers in Dubai and Riyadh, Bloomberg has reported. Fendi Casa will help Damac design the interiors of more than 100 serviced apartments in Riyadh, said Damac managing director, Ziad El Chaar. The residential towers, which are about 20% complete, will cost more than Dhs2bn ($545m), he said. Both projects are set for completion in 2016.
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