Margraf marble adorns the interiors of the Fendi Tower in Panama Playful contrasts and unique, breathtaking blends

The Fendi Tower is an innovative project by the A++ International Architecture and Interior Design Firm in Panama. It has brought exceptional, unique Italian style to the new residential area at the Santa María Golf & Country Club, which is the most prestigious part of the city.

In the 66-storey building, the sophisticated elegance of furniture by the legendary brand Fendi is fused with the peerless, luxurious qualities of Margraf marble to create a highly exclusive atmosphere.

Prized fabrics and artisan details are at the heart of the interior design scheme, which has a lot in common with the world of fashion. Marble, glass and metal are among the materials that are alternated in playful contrasts and unique, breathtaking blends.

In centre stage is Emperador Brown Margraf marble, which is a magnificent dark brown colour verging on black in some areas, with veins in warm hazelnut, cream and greenish hues. It is one of the most modern, cutting-edge stone materials around and it is perfect for all sorts of uses, both indoors and outdoors.

There are stunning, spacious rooms in all of the apartments, which range in size from approximately 300 m² to 400 m² and have large glass doors and windows. There are views of the ocean from the huge terraces. There are only two homes on each floor, so unbeatable privacy and peacefulness are guaranteed.

The building is surrounded by thriving Caribbean vegetation and it has a sizeable entrance hall with a 24-hour concierge service, infinity pool, spa, gym, squash courts, sun terrace, business centre and playground for children.

Technical details
Location: Panama
Design: A++ – Human Sustainable Architecture

Margraf’s story (former Industria Marmi Vicentini) started in Chiampo (province of Vicenza) in 1906. Since its early start, the company devoted to accurate research work and development of new technologies, working in tight collaboration with famous international architects. Today, after more than a century, Margraf is a leading, world stakeholder in this field. Among many other pluses, Margraf owes its worldwide established reputation to its skilful extraction of marble and the ability to transform it into finished, polished slabs or tiny tiles and to provide a huge array of precious materials and excellent products for building construction and architecture (from the cladding of inner and external walls, to interior design items, to bathroom and kitchen decoration). On top of all this, Margraf ensures extensive environmental compliance investing any efforts to minimize any possible kind of environmental impact. This includes the use of cutting-edge technologies, the implementation of landscape recovery and energy saving practices, as well as the exploitation of renewable resources. Margraf is a perfect merging of past and present forming a first-class enterprise eagerly turned to the future.

Pres Info:
Nicolò Soranzo | Gagliardi & Partners