The vintage Milanese interior inspirations of Studio Dimore

11 Jan 2018
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09 Jul 2019
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Created in Milan to conceive timeless interiors and emotional projects, Studio Dimore puts vintage in the spotlight.

Les inspirations intérieures milanaises du Studio Dimore
This living room juggles with iconic furniture pieces from the 50s, 60s and 70s. © DR


Managed since 2003 by American Britt Moran and Italian Emiliano Salci, Studio Dimore invests itself with passion into each individual experience of the designer trade, between art and fashion. Its research concentrates on details that make each creation seem simple—albeit very sophisticated— as it signs innovative propositions inspired by several vintage references.

Milan inspires Studio Dimore

This ensemble of emotional alchemy, with uncensured aesthetics, comprises unexpected choices. It is a mix of engravings, lights, lacquers and oxidations that interpret memories and create dreams. In a common effort, the artistic director and the graphic designer place side by side recycled materials and made-to-measure objects that convey an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.

Dimore Studio stairs - Milan Objects of different eras mingle discretely in this room that opens up onto the city. © DR
Dimore Studio dining room - Milan Vintage touches of colour overlap in the dining room that remains quite sober. © DR

Eclectic and far-flung collections

This well-known architectural agency, commissioned to renovate a Roman palace, as well as a Parisian apartment, a London club, a restaurant in Chicago or a Mexican hotel, showcases its know-how in front of the exacting professionals of the Salon Del Mobile, in Milan or Maison & Objet, in Villepinte. Collections that can be found in the most prestigious showrooms…

Dimore Studio living room - Milan Studio Dimore has imposed a touch of modernity in the reception rooms of the Fendi Palace, in Rome. © DR
Dimore Studio bedroom - Milan In a « black is black » ambiance, only a few touches of colour emerge to underline the contrasts. © DR

Dialogue of shapes and objects

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