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Dimore Studio one of the best Milan interior designers studios, was awarded this month with a feature in 2017 AD100 list. Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci duo, create unique spaces that blends contemporary styling with classic inspirations. Dimore Studio references has positioned them among today’s most influential interior design styles. Let’s dig on their best projects.
Delicious hints of what Dimore Studio can do for private clients can be seen in its more public spaces. These include Aesop’s new Milanese retail interior, a lemon and teal-tiled apothecary on Corso Magenta.
Inspired by the small bottegas that still dot Italian neighborhoods, Milan’s latest outpost of Australian skincare brand Aesop in Milan is awash in muted yellows, greens, and teals and features product retro displays.
At Casa Fayette, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Deco influences meet tropical accents, most notably in the hotel’s restaurant and bar area.
There’s also the new Hôtel Saint-Marc in Paris, where each of the plush mustard, maroon or sky-blue rooms has a private apartment feel and is fitted with midcentury furniture. They’re also behind a new shop for jewellery brand Pomellato and a retro fit-out at menswear brand Boglioli’s store in Milan.
Dimore Studio transformed the second floor of Rome’s Palazzo Fendi into Palazzo Privé, an apartment-style space intended for hosting celebrities and other VIP guests.
In the apartment’s lounge area, a chair by Bruno Matthson joins seating by Axel Vervoordt and a custom-made sofa by Dimore Studio.
Lagrange12 combines abstract shapes, sleek surfaces, and antique and bespoke pieces for a look that’s entirely of-the-moment.
Luxury linen brand Frette is a soothing retreat marked by calming blue walls, brass and brushed-steel hardware, and Marquina and Carrara marble.
Dimore Studios took a geometric approach in designing at Milan’s Pomellato, where gilded and lacquered surfaces evoke the jewelry boutique’s sparkling baubles.
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