SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS presents ‘SENSE OF TWO’ unique event featuring AVANT-GARDE and crystal fused designs...
For the very first time, these designers will exhibit their design concepts side by side on the runway in a fashion event that is certain to amaze and inspire.SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS will present ‘Sens e of Two’ at the prestigious Armani Hotel in Dubai, UAE, on November 30th, 2011.
Fino International, has been actively involved in several of the UAE's biggest projects including the Armani Hotel and Residence, the Burj Khalifa tower, The Address at Dubai Mall, The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina Mall, Zabeel Park Stargate and Dubai Metro.
Last year marked the opening of the Armani Hotel in Dubai, Maison Moschino in Milan and Hotel Missoni in Edinburgh. Other examples include Paris's Hotel du Petit Moulin designed by Christian Lacroix, the Bulgari Resorts and Spas, and Armani's hotels, residences and resorts.
The property’s 180 suites and penthouses command sweeping views across the city including iconic landmarks such at the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, the amazing Palm Jumeirah and kilometers of golden sand beaches lining the Arabian Sea, said a statement.
The name “Atmosphere” refers to the height of the restaurant’s location; it is stationed so high on top the Burj Khalifa that it is, metaphorically, in atmosphere. A visit to this unique and special lounge resulted in gourmet bar food, excellent service, and of course, an outstanding selection of specialty beverages.
Before you scream Burj Khalifa’s 828m or the Makkah Clock Royal Tower’s height of 601m, we were duly informed that neither of the structures are dedicated hotel towers; while the former is indeed the tallest building in the world, it only houses the Armani Hotel and Residences from the concourse level to level eight and levels 38 and 39.
The new channel will go live within the coming weeks and will have its official launch at the Armani Hotel, Dubai, on 24 November in the presence of a host of television stars and celebrities from the Arab world. The Arabic-language station is to broadcast 24 hours and will focus primarily on soap operas and drama, including programmes from Egypt, Syria and the Gulf.