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After Salone del Mobile 2017 Milan, Dimore Studio unveilled a new decoration of its Milan art gallery at Via Solferino, being an attraction for decoration lovers, increasingly numerous to rush to discover the new associations imagined by the duo Milan interior designers stars of the decoration. Two months later, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran re-imagined the space, always with that old-fashioned and sophisticated atmosphere appropriate to their style, where furniture naturally finds its place.
Set of four chairs and a table by Gio Ponti for Scremin (1950), three wall lamps by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte (1950s).
A wood center table by Dimore Studio surrounded by floor and sofa blue hues.
Coffee table Tavolo Basso by Dimorestudio, vintage vases, mirror by Osvaldo Borsani for FontanaArte (1950s), Stilnovo light fixtures.
Buffet by Osvaldo Borsani, Hanse Agne Jackobson table lamps, italian style living room set, two armchairs and a sofa, and a glass coffee table Of Gio Ponti (years 1940).
Osvaldo Borsani table, pair of lamps by Bergboms Swede and armchair Poltroncina 068 by Dimorestudio.
On the left side of the room design, a pair of armchairs, on the right, a pair of armchairs of Gio Ponti (1950s). Candelier BBPR by Gian Luigi Banfi, Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti and Ernesto Nathan Rogers (years 1965). Two low tables Tavolo Basso 059 and two cabinets Cabinet 088 and Cabinet 087 by Dimorestudio.
Dining metal set by Mathieu Mategot, suspension chandelier by Barovier, fabrics used in curtains, Livorno Progetto Tessuti collection by Dimorestudio.
Folding screen by Dimorestudio, Paolo Buffa’s dressing table (1950s), Jean Royere coffee table and armchair, pair of armchairs (1950s), vintage mirror, Alicudi (Progetto Verande) by Dimorestudio , Vintage vases and Dimorestudio for Bitossi.