American Britt Moran and Italian Emiliano Salci, invested in their individual experience with the profession and study of Design, Art and Fashion, and founded Dimore Studio in 2003. They have designed and carried out timeless visuals and emotional project. Today Home Decor Ideas blog will present to you the interior design that the Studio has created. Ahead of this year’s London Design Festival, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran have created a dressing room, a living room, a dining room, a bedroom and a bathroom inside London art gallery Mazzoleni.
The studio imagines drug addicts, party animals and poker players occupying the five boldly furnished rooms it has installed inside a London art gallery.
The project – which is actually credited to the duo’s spinoff company Dimore Gallery – is designed to create a more appropriate setting for the gallery’s collection of post-war Italian art. Called (Un)Comfort Zone, the installation is intended to combine the “elegance” of 1930s art deco with the “sexiness” of the 1970s. Take a look:
Rooms include a mix of vintage and contemporary furniture and lighting by Dimore Studio, along with richly coloured carpets and paintwork.
(Un)Comfort Zone follows from the duo’s Milan design week installations, which saw them showcase their designs in moodily coloured spaces that merged design eras. This time, the pair have also added clues as to the resident’s who might occupy the spaces, like empty beer bottles, pill boxes and magazine.
Visitors become house guests in the exhibition, glimpsing the rooms through porthole-like windows lined with bronze. Only the dressing room in the gallery’s front window can be seen as a whole.
MORE ABOUT THE DIMORE STUDIO
A language inspired by a set of emotional alchemies made of unexpected choices, preservation, inventions, appreciation of prints, lights, lacquers and oxidations.
An uncensored aesthetic, in which each item has its own power and expressive “raison d’être”, while representing a part of the ensemble as the protagonist.
The Studio interprets memories and creates dreams. Dimore Studio crosses the boundaries between art and design, fashion and architecture.