Dimorestudio goes for “unexpected choices”. Since 2003 this designstudio is set up by two Italian designers, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, who create the most inspiring interiors and collections. In Milan, we saw their work for the first time. Have a look inside this theatrical, dim-lit apartment at Via Solferino.
Intermissioni by Dimorestudio
We heard from Dimorestudio when we discovered their work on Pinterest; Caffe Burlot in Paris, Caruso Restaurant in Milan and the Hermes showroom in Milan. Last month, we were able to visit their exhibition ‘Intermissioni’ in Milan!
Opal glass & pink
They presented their newest products, a mix between classic and new vintage design. The design duo “interprets memories and creates dreams”, as they mention themselves and it’s true. We entered the mysterious, dark rooms and found the next crazy light installation of pink and opal glass, jungle prints and brass details…
Memories and dreams
Dimorestudio is inspired by Italian architect, industrial designer, furniture designer, artist, and publisher Giò Ponti, who quoted: “I cherish the dream of a living, silent house which models itself on the versatility of our lives continually, indeed fosters it with a hundred resources that we architects will teach to enrich with walls and furniture which are light and movable. This will make the house variable and, in the same breath, full of memories, hopes and courageous acceptances: a house ‘to be lived in’ when we have good fortune and even in melancholy.” Giò Ponti – 1973
Dimorestudio’s style of work can be described as crossing the boundaries between design, art, architecture and fashion. They choose for objects created by “historical design masters, together with reclaimed materials and other bespoke objects to create a particular atmosphere”. What we like about Dimorestudio is the sophisticated and mysterious way of combining classic and new design, which results in something unexpected, fascinating!
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