Don’t expect to visit and easily book a villa in the extra-luxurious resort Louis 13, which was recently opened in Macau and is situated on the western side of the Pearl River estuary in Southern China. In fact, the hotel, which promises to be “a journey of rare and extraordinary experiences”, only permits private bookings to super-elite guests.
The incredible building was designed by architect Peter Marino, creator of Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior flagship stores, while the interiors were created by Peter Silling & Associates’ chief designer.
The sumptuous palace, of baroque inspiration, has 238 multi-level suites, each with its own personal lift that opens directly inside them, an “Atelier only upon invitation” for fashion brands and limited-edition luxury goods, an unforgettable restaurant and red limousines available for guests. Game lovers will have the pleasure of taking advantage of an entire floor dedicated to a casino, due to open in the following months.
The villas, with an area that varies from 185m² to a maximum of 2 787m², each has its own individual design. The most expensive is rented for 1 million HK $ (129 000 US $).
In this colossal work SICIS, the most important maker of mosaic artworks in the world, contributed 360° design by creating the most refined decorations, bespoke furnishings, floors in fine marble and unique masterpieces, artistic mosaics that reproduce extremely precious paints from the 18th century and that adorn living rooms, suites and wellness rooms in the entire building, which are in some cases true art galleries.
SICIS Home Division realised mellow-shaped sofas in precious velvets, armchairs decorated with big roses, as well as some other components of the suites, all exclusively for this project. Atelier SICIS fabrics have been used as boiserie in the tea rooms.
SICIS has also decorated spas with mosaic in glass, gold and other materials, as well as bathtubs entirely decorated with gold foil mosaic.
SICIS, an exceptional interpreter of a refined style, with its furniture, artistic mosaics and previous decorations, has contributed to make this magical experience seem like a dream.
Full thanks and acknowledgement are given to SICIS for the information contained in this article.
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