Aston Martin will issue DBX crossovers to estate buyers

Aston Martin will issue DBX crossovers to estate buyers

November 3, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The British brand has partnered with architect David Adjaye and American developer Lightstone to design residences at 130 William. In honor of this event, a special version of DBX will be released that will not be available for purchase.

The 66-storey residential complex 130 William, located in the heart of New York, Manhattan, will be able to offer 242 residences, 20 thousand square meters of space for infrastructure facilities and its own shopping centers. The skyscraper project was created by British architect David Adjaye, who decided to decorate the facade in the style of classic Manhattan masonry, complemented by bronze details, and also added another characteristic feature – high arched windows “under the loft.”

The residential complex will feature two residences designed in collaboration with designers from Aston Martin. They will be located on the 59th and 60th floors and will boast private loggias with specially selected accessories from the Aston Martin Home collection, created in conjunction with the Italian company Formitalia. The headsets are decorated with metals, leather, fabric, cashmere, blackened oak and even the famous Carrara marble mined in the Apuan Alps.

Moreover, the buyer will even be offered to personalize one of the residence’s rooms for himself, turning it, for example, into an additional bedroom, study, library, or install a racing simulator from Curv Racing Simulators there. But the “highlight” of such an apartment will be the Aston MArtin DBX SUV in a special version Adjaye Special Edition Aston Martin DBX, which the buyer will receive as a gift.

As a reminder, the British brand is not the first automaker to try architecture. Thus, the Korean car manufacturer Hyundai intends to change its headquarters, moving to the wealthy Gangnam area. The country’s authorities gave the automaker approval to build the skyscraper more than 4 years after Hyundai Motor Group, the second largest South Korean conglomerate, offered to buy land for it for $ 10 billion, more than three times its market value, outweighing Samsung. and triggering a sell-off.

The new office, which will appear no earlier than 2026, will have a height of 260 meters and 105 floors. It should be noted that due to a record height by local standards, the company had problems with construction. So, in 2016, security concerns emerged – the South Korean Air Force said the building would interfere with radar and military operations.