Dimore Studio Brings Futuristic Innovation to Milan Design Week 2019 ⇒ As it happens on every Milan Design Week 2019, all eyes are on Dimore Studio. The coolest duo in Milan and in the furniture and interior design scene, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, are known as Dimore Studio, or even better, DimoreMilano, the new evolution of their brand. This year, the duo has many events around the city: from their gallery with an exclusive collection of furniture by Gabriella Crespi, to their participation if FuoriSalone 2019 in the Brera Design District. CovetED brings you everything you can’t miss about Dimore Studio’s role in one of the biggest design events of the year.
As it happens on every Milan Design Week 2019, all eyes are on Dimore Studio. The coolest duo in Milan and in the furniture and interior design scene, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, are known as Dimore Studio, or even better, DimoreMilano, the new evolution of their brand. DimoreStudio continues to be the interior design studio, from boutiques to homes, hotels, and restaurants. Since January, the brand has launched DimoreMilano as a furniture and furnishing brand, characterized by a three-dimensional D that harks back to the old furniture factory logos of the late 60 -70.
For this reason and for the first time, Emiliano and Britt leave their space in via Solferino, in the heart of Brera, for FuoriSalone 2019. To make their statement as a real brand, DimoreMilano will go on stage at an external location: at the former Cinema Arti, in via Mascagni, Casa Opera Balilla, in the San Babila area.
At the former Cinema Arti, the brand will present an atmosphere that will be very dark and inspired by the ’60s. You can expect modular furniture, which refers to the old furnishings, with important bronze decorations in bas-relief. They have a desk with a slightly faceted shape, two large lamps and one, among other things, in the shape of a star, which is a large severed cylinder full of bulbs. The duo has a sofa made up of sheets of glass, and, for the first time, even a bed. Then a low table, and three armchairs as if they had been catapulted to Earth from space, let’s say ingenious futurism.
In the midst of all of this, the Dimore Gallery remains at home in Via Solferino. This year it introduces Gabriella Crespi, the late Italian designers. The duo has exclusivity for the re-edition of some of her pieces: low tables, table and floor lamps, an applique; bronzes, brass, lacquers and steels; handcrafted pieces, so each of them is unique. The daughter of the late designer, Elisabetta, is in love with her mother’s journey and allowed Dimore Studio to put some pieces back into production. Make sure you don’t miss any of these celebrations of Italian design during Milan Design Week 2019!
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