The 73-year-old Armani, known for his understated designs, said he found inspiration in the work of Eileen Gray, whose rounded Bibendum chair was one of the 20th century's most recognizable designs.
"There are so many people who are hungry for beautiful things," he said at the start of Milan's Furniture Salon Show.
The mock-up house in , which hosts Armani's menswear and womenswear fashion shows, displayed rooms flowing into one another, with designs in black, white, ivory and natural colors. Only one cabinet displayed a bright orange interior.
"I did a bit of color a few seasons ago (and) I did not sell a (colored) cushion," he said.
Ebony or lacquered wood featured greatly in the objects on display, with some furnishings finished off with a glossy black pleated look. The rooms were decked out with screens.