The residence’s office was outfitted with furniture and accessories from Bottega Veneta’s latest Home Collection.
Home to billionaires from all over the world, Fisher Island has never been known for a demure approach to real estate, yet the developers of the enclave’s newest building, Palazzo Del Sol, continue to up the ante when it comes to the 10-story building’s turn-key homes. Its latest is a $15.9 million fully furnished residence by Bottega Veneta, a project that marks the Italian brand’s first residential interior project in the United States.
the master bedroom
Call it runway to residence. The nearly 5,000-square-foot apartment (with four bedrooms and 4 ½ baths) is an aesthete’s dream, with furniture and accessories (down to the tableware) from the current Bottega Veneta Home Collection, which was presented at the most recent Salone del Mobile fair. From the living room to the office, we see Bottega touches everywhere, with several floor, ceiling and table lamps that feature the label’s iconic intrecciato weave. In every room, linen, leather and suede materials and finishes in gunmetal, brushed bronze, espresso and oak recall the Bottega Veneta flair that fans of the label love so much. Signature furnishings from the line’s Rudi Fringe, BV Tre and Tassello seating family and a white marble column table in the dining room solidify the branding intent. In the master bedroom, lighter tones of brown and cream complement the striking views of the water. And inside the closet? Plenty of room for the future owner’s collection of Pouch bags and Lido sandals. 305.535.6071
A nook in the master bedroom.
The dining room is lit by hanging lamps featuring Bottega Veneta’s signature intrecciato weave.
the living room
Photography by: courtesy of palazzo del sol