Founded in Milan in 2003, Dimore Studio is the brainchild of Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran. Combining their individual experience in art, design and fashion, the pair has created an aesthetic unlike any other, with Salci hailing from Italy and Moran from the US.
On page 36 of the House and Leisure March 2017 issue, we profile this dynamic duo, and here we take a closer look at their brilliant interior work.
Aēsop’s second signature store in Milan on the famed Corso Magenta is a whimsical homage to Italian design and domesticity, employing materials typically used in butlers’ pantries of 1930s villas. Nuanced greens, yellows and pinks are muted and give the impression that every surface is covered in talcum powder, a nostalgic illusion that draws visitors further back in time.
Lagrange12 is a luxury multibrand boutique situated in a historical 17th-century palazzi in the centre of Turin. With an interior area of some 800 square meters that spans over two floors, the decor mixes abstract geometrics such as the large ceiling chandeliers with 1950s heritage furniture and other bespoke pieces.
Hotel Saint-Marc, Paris
A few steps away from the Théâtre National de l’Opéra Comique, the Hotel Saint-Marc has 25 rooms between 20-40 square meters, and a 56 square meter suite. Designed as private apartments, six different styles, colours and fabrics – including mustard yellow, burgundy red, forest green and sky blue – are the backdrops to art and objets d’art, all designed by artisans in Murano.
Inspiration for this London flagship boutique comes from the history of Frette and its aim to create a new story, fusing contemporary design with traditional Art-Deco detailing.
This concept store offers visitors a visual and tactile journey into the world of Pomellato boutique. Inspired by the brand’s Milanese identity and the specific architectural codes of the ’60s (the era of the brand’s birth), the boutique’s facade features a retro-styled sign made of black glass and gold finishes.
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