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A Touch of Armani Adds Style

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FKP's $230 million Milton apartment development will be fitted out in chic Italian style with luxury furnishings from Giorgio Armani's fashion empire.

The development will be the first in Australia to boast the Armani/Casa collection which is currently on display in the sales office.

Included in the collection are lounge chairs, coffee tables, vases and cushions.

Further pieces, including sofas, ottomans, tables and artefacts, will be sourced as the development nears completion, and will adorn the Milton's reception, foyer, recreational areas and the exclusive residents lounge.

Construction on The Milton is scheduled to commence in the coming months.

It has been designed by architects and interior designers DBI Design and will combine a mix of contemporary one and two-bedroom residential apartments, commercial offices and ground floor retail.

DBI Design director Barry Lee said the Armani/Casa collection was the epitome of design sophistication.

"We set out to find a brand of furniture that was unique to the Australian market and would give The Milton its own trademark and ultra luxurious ambiance," he said.

FKP head of Queensland developments Gary Kordick said the Armani/Casa furnishings would elevate The Milton's interiors to a new level.

"The facilities have been carefully designed to go a step beyond anything else in Brisbane and the inclusion of the Armani/Casa range will ensure our residents have exclusive access to some of the most luxuriously furnished spaces in the city."

Along with 298 residential apartments, priced from $387,000, The Milton will feature resort-style facilities including a rooftop sky deck and podium deck featuring residents' lounge, pools,gym, landscaped babecue areas and sauna.

The development revolves around an innovative transit oriented development model with direct access to Milton railway station which will give residents convenience to the Brisbane CBD as well as creating a more sustainable way of inner city living.