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Inside Dimore Gallery | Iconic mid-century collectable pieces


DIMORE GALLERY is a home, a journey, an experience, a dialogue between past and present. Every object selected or created by designers Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, has a story and an allure capturing the imagination in a way in which only art and design are able.

Each room unveils a different emotion (joy, surprise, nostalgia) leading the visitor towards the discovery of elusive colors and precious materials, where the quest for form reveals the presence of objects and makes this journey unique and emotive.

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Designed and produced by Dimore Gallery desgners, objects from far-away worlds live next to sculptural furniture. “Progetto Non Finito”: a series of seatings, tables, cabinets, bookcases and lamps is translated into a contemporary language finding origins in the past as a source of inspiration. Corroded metal alternates with precious alloys, aged silver and oxidised brass; glossy lacquers blend with rough-finished fiberglass; textiles with a classical point-of-view are made contemporary by creative interpretation.

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Dimore Gallery – Iconic mid-century collectable pieces coexist with contemporary creations.

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The #Dimoregallery historical inventory – Part XXII
Poliedri chandelier produced by Venini (1960s)
Large office cabinet by Piero Portaluppi (1951 ca.)
Pair of Selim armchairs by Sottsass Associati
Moroccan carpet (1960s)

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Venini brand is a well-recognized name in artistic glass production, that reached its golden age in the 1980s with important collaborations with distinguished artists, designers, and architects. Venini’s exquisite blown glass objects represent the perfect marriage between Murano’s tradition and original designs by artists like Alessandro Mendini, Gio Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, and Carlo Scarpa, just to name a few.

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This colossal Mid-century Venini polyhedron chandelier (white lacquered metal base with glass shades) was designed by Carlo Scarpa (1960s).

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Born in Venice in 1906, Carlo Scarpa studied architectural design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. After graduating in 1926, he taught architectural drawing at the Academy, where he held multiple posts throughout his life. At the same time, Scarpa launched his career as an industrial and interior designer, creating multiple designs for Venini Glass Works in Venice.

Photos by Silvia Rivoltella.

 

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