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The design of the interiors of this apartment at the Armani Casa residences exudes an organic style where earth tones, various woods, and natural greenery preside over the contemporary layout. Natural elements are a prominent fixture in Jaegger’s interiors. Clean-lined millwork serves as a warm backdrop upon entering the foyer where striking artwork by Colombian artist Juan Sebastian is curated. The living room is designed with modular seating in light gray and green tones where a feature wall with a mushroom installation connects the natural textures in the space. A linear shelf with metal and wood detail displays accessories and lush greenery, which reflects off the large mirror in the dining area. The dining room is a chic layout where a pair of hanging lights add a sculptural detail. Shades of gunmetal gray in the dining room chairs complement the finish in the open kitchen making the design feel sleek while still tying into the narrative of the overall design. The intimate powder room design is drawn together by detailed wallpaper and round mirror, which adds depth while teasing a glimpse at vibrant artwork in the hallway. The serene primary bedroom in neutral tones with soft textures and lines is reminiscent of the Armani tailoring with a subtle influence to Asian design as seen in the overhead light fixture. The mural wallpaper feels like custom art behind the bed with a tufted headboard. Both guest bedrooms offer unique styles where texture is layered with natural color tone ones. With calming ocean views, the balcony serves as an extension of the living room with a contemporary dining area and lounge in shades of stone and sand.