dimorestudio expands its design universe with new 'dimoremilano' brand at milan design week

dimorestudio expands its design universe with new 'dimoremilano' brand at milan design week

loud rock music, strobelights and metallic objects set the dramatic mood for dimoremilano’s debut exhibition ‘interstellar’ during milan design week. founders of dimorestudio, britt moran and emiliano salci, ventured out to create a new brand which blends into their wholesome approach to residential, hospitality and retail projects. the launch of dimoremilano includes bold furniture, fabrics, sophisticated objects and outdoor collections.


dining room and bedroom

all images © paola pansini, courtesy of dimorestudio



the designers welcome visitors into the exhibition by guiding them with a leopard print carpet to the lit-up stage displaying the collection. flowing coral curtains contrast with the sharp, shiny objects that fill up the platform. the silk curtains divide the space into four areas- office, living room, dining room and a bedroom, having each ‘room’ showcase the firm’s creations in their fullest splendor. the overall color palette is dark, illuminated by strong lights that highlight the collection’s cold materials such as aluminum, lacquers, brushed and polished steel, and bronze and laminated surfaces. this aesthetic previews the studio’s new direction into a more decadent and robust style. 


office space’s tavolo 130 and lampada 125



the new collection is refined yet bold, starring in each of the four separate rooms. the first one is the dining room featuring a star-shaped hanging light fixture, lampada 127, suggesting the chandeliers of the future. the matching round table, with mirrored mosaics and brass details, is framed by a circular constellation carpet that is on theme with the exhibition’s galactic name. the second space is the neighboring bedroom, furnished with the letto 134 bed, an armoire set and the poltrona 132 armchair. the material palette for this room includes silk-printed mirrored surfaces on the armchair, plexiglass, silver fabric and light blue faux-fur on the cabinets, and brass and metal mesh on the bed’s headboard and footboard. the bed is covered with a bedspread made with the collection’s ‘boulevard’ fabric.


bedroom’s letto 134



the third space is clad with eclectic objects and reflective textiles. the living room’s bold sofa forms, like the divano 139, steal the spotlight with its smoked glass structure covered with the collction’s ‘trapunta’ fabric. two poltrona 136 sofas upholstered with the ‘interstellar’ textile fit into the corners of the room, complemeting the other pieces. in the center, coffee table tavolo 131, sits atop metal and chrome pyramids. the table’s shiny and glass elements reflect the ceiling lamps adorned with cascading silver fringes. the last area is an office space headlined by the tavolo 130, a desk with different finishes in golden milk and metallic blue hues. four chairs – in steel, plexiglass, glass and laminated structure – are all upholstered with the ‘kiss me tiger’ fabric. a telescope shaped lamp illuminates the space alongside a modular system made of steel and chrome cubic elements. to finish up the space are a couple of bronze doors engraved with geometric motifs, a signature of dimorestudio. 


living room



the leopard carpet then leads visitors into another building that unveils the fabric collection. the fabrics include geometric forms, printed jacquard and plain colored fabrics in tridimensional effects. they are displayed in small rooms containing photos by andrea ferrari, depicting different milanese locations in the past and present. dimoremilano is evidently rooted in italian craftsmanship and the distinguished milanese design, and its ‘interstellar’ exhibition presents an exciting journey into the future of the duo’s creative galaxy.

office space

bedroom’s poltrona 132 and cabinets

dining room’s lampada 127, tavolo 128 and tappeto 143

living room

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image © designboom

image © designboom



project info:


exhibition name: ‘interstellar’

designers: dimorestudio

location: cinema arti in via pieto mascagni 8, milano, italy

duration: april 8-14, 2019

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