Inspired by the high life of Florentine noble families in ancient Italy, the Vittorio is a luxurious new 28-storey residential development of unparalleled distinction. Located on Sukhumvit Soi 39, in the heart of the EM District, it perfectly represents the ‘Living in a Masterpiece’ concept and demonstrates — with its timeless modern-style — a grandeur and excellence in every dimension.
Vittorio is a place where aesthetics blend perfectly with lifestyle, and where every detail has been meticulously created — just like the crafting of a one-of-a-kind art artistic masterpiece. In the Galleria Medici – Vittorio’s entrance hall — hangs a collection of beguiling paintings by renowned artists, with each work specially curated for the property. Palissandro Bluette Italian marble, in glittering grey-blue-brown shades, graces this soaring, six-meter-high atrium, providing a fitting background for the powerful works of art. Palissandro Bluette Italian marble, in glittering shades of grey-blue-brown, ooze charm with their sparkly mineral veins. Given that this marble is found only on Italy’s northern mountain ranges makes it one of the world’s rarest and most valuable materials, and in ancient times only the royals and those of great taste would be able to have the Palissandro Bluette in their possession. The management team of AP (Thailand) PCL, the project’s developer, flew to Italy to personally be in charge of the marble selection.
Inside the residence
In the residences, inspiration is drawn from the Vasari Corridor, a secret passage Cosimo I, the Grand Duke de’ Medici, commissioned master architect Giogio Vasari to build, in 1565, so Cosimo could travel undisturbed between the Palazzo Vecchio town hall and his residential castle the Palazzo Pitti. This nod to discretion is found in the layout of the interior of the residence, ensuring privacy where the living quarters are separate from the back-of-the house area. Each mansion also has a separate sub-entrance to the service area, with service staff and residents using a separate lift access. In addition, the furniture pieces have been crafted by world-class designer Alexander Lamont and are exclusive to Vittorio Sukhumvit 39.
Amid the hectic life in the city, residents here can enjoy the ‘ultimate seclusion’, with the assurance that only the owner and his/her special ones can take a stroll in the property’s private space. Within the entire development there are only 88 units, and the residences share no common walls — which is a design concept that helps reduce noise and heat, improves ventilation, and guarantees exceptionally quiet surroundings. Furthermore, every residence is a corner unit offering splendid panoramic views from floor-to-ceiling windows.
The unit styles include two of the Palazzo Vittorio, a three-storey penthouse that measures 306 square metres, six of the Duplex Mansion which measures 167 square metres, and 80 of the beautiful two-bedroom Vittorio Villa Mansions which measure between 100 and 140 square metres. All of these majestic residences are crowned with the finest amenities, such as: Club Kinetic, an exclusive health and fitness facility on the 28th floor; the Arno Vitality Pool, which is a truly immersive aquatic wellness experience on the 27th floor; and Salone 39, a glorious ambiente esclusivo for private gatherings on the 28th floor. Add to that the building’s concierge service, which offers everything you’d expect of a 5-star hotel.
The epitome of sensational living, Vittorio Sukhumvit 39 places you in amongst the action, right in the heart of Bangkok’s most vibrant neighborhood, and with the Phrom Phong BTS skytrain station just a one-minute walk away you’ve got easy access to anywhere in Bangkok. Visitors, meanwhile, will be pleased to know that there are 142 parking spots which can easily accommodate super cars as well.
Priced at THB 28-107 million (approximately THB 350,000 per square metre), these 88 magnificent residential units truly represent the epitome of luxurious living.
To view one of these masterpieces, make an appointment by calling +66(0)61 491 8888 or visit AP Thai.