We are about to launch our complete Milan Trend Report 2017 (17.05.2017) and would like to share with you today still an article on what you can expect to find in this very complete edit.
Experiencing Dimore Studio at the Milan Design Week 2017 was like entering a hidden chamber. It felt like a well kept secret and an intimate encounter: welcomed by a fully tiled hall, a mosaic of glazed ceramics with earthy colors dragged all of the attention. A mesmerizing Romy Schneider, covered in glitter, sometimes in lace and/or champagne giggles from a large TV screen – all scenes from the unfinished movie ‚L’Enfer’ – an unfinished cinematic project from the 1960 by Henri-Georges Clouzot.
Photo Anastasia Benko
Paola Pansini Photography
The Studio is located in the Brera Design District and after a sizzling, vibrant vibe of Fuorisalone, the apartment felt like a muted oasis. Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran are known for their their intuition for colors, proportions and textures.
Strong colors surprised us in every room, color blocking at it’s best – from the floors to the ceilings. Muted terra-cotta hues with splashes of violet, greens and blues, waving drapery with glamorous mirror furniture were so confidently executed that it underlined the designers beliefs to ‚interpret memories and create dreams – Dimore Studio crosses the boundaries between art and design, fashion and architecture.‘ – Dimore Studio
They easily integrate a mixture of unique vintage elements with contemporary design pieces in an unexpected but harmonious way. Their combination of modern and historically inspired designs is a masterpiece of eclectic style – unconventional grandeur.
Ever since the trip to Dimore Studio, I turn on ‚Les Reines Prochaines – Opfer dieses Liedes‘ – a catchy tune that was played in the apartment, when I want to travel back in time and feel it all again. You should look through the pictures again, playing this song. Until the end.
With this extraordinary moving exhibition Dimore Studio were designing memories.