Unconventionally chic interiors have made Dimore Studio the design firm of the moment. The founders Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci create nuanced spaces that blend classic principles with contemporary styling. While fanciful decorating sets its position, Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio boldly lead the way bringing back 1970s style. Get to know more of their work reading through this article: AD TOP 100 INTERIOR DESIGNERS 2017: Dimore Studio
“I cherish the dream of a living, silent house which models itself on the versatility of our lives continually, indeed fosters it with a hundred resources that we architects will teach to enrich with walls and furniture which are light and movable. This will make the house variable and, in the same breath, full of memories, hopes and courageous acceptances: a house ‘to be lived in’ when we have good fortune and even in melancholy.”
Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran invested in their individual experience with the profession and study of Design, Art and Fashion, and founded DIMORESTUDIO in 2003.
Since that moment, they have designed and carried out every project in a personal and distinct way: objects created by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other “bespoke” objects to create and forge a particular atmosphere. A timeless visual and emotional pathway. Research focused on details makes every creation, sign, proposal, suggestion, innovation and reference simple, albeit sophisticated. A language inspired by a set of emotional alchemies made of unexpected choices, preservation, inventions, appreciation of prints, lights, lacquers and oxidations. A free-will aesthetic in which each item has its own power and clearly meant to be, while representing a part of the ensemble as the protagonist.
DIMORESTUDIO recalls memories and creates dreams. DIMORESTUDIO crosses the limits between art and design, fashion and architecture.
Take a look at some stunning samples of their extraordinary work.
Dimore Studio employed its graphic fabric-covered screen in the VIP space it devised for Fendi in Rome.