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Armani's Casa

Giorgio Armani's Milan home is a rather fascinating place, as the Times' Cathy Horyn finds out today. She writes: "Mr. Armani and I met in the first-floor salon, a generous, vaulted, serene room with low lighting, dark floors, minimalist but plumped furniture and a lovely incensed smell. There were many eye-teasing objects, notably a huge pair of panthers. If there was an architectural thread, it was the '30s." A tour of Armani's "Polar Bear House" in Switzerland—seriously, that's its nickname—right this way. [NYT; previously]