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Dimorestudio was established as a full-service stop in 2003, offering design and architectural projects ranging from home design, retail and hospitality but also manufacturing furniture, textiles and lights under its Dimoremilano brand name.
Moran and Salci are a perfect fusion of talents. The history of their journey began in Milan, where the studio works currently. The firm has expanded year after year and grew thanks to its smart mix of decorations, artifacts, modern art and important works of medium-century art.
Memories and dreams are translated by Dimore. They are historians and experiential creators. They create reminiscent atmospheres and patterns. A mix of places and objects is emotionally evocative. Nonlinear narrative that mixes memories, sentiments and contemporary hopes. Combine different times and match them. Over centuries arts and crafts are transmitted. Old and new. Old and new. Contemporary and vintage.
Get to know Hospitality Projects from Dimorestudio.
Dimorestudio brought strong nature influences to design Caffe Burlot. Wood, greens, blues and yellow tones as well as the biophilic patterns define this wonderful project.
In the heart of La Fayette, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Guadalajara, Grupo Habita introduces its new hotel, Casa Fayette, entirely curated by Dimorestudio.
The spaces are characterized by a Déco approach, with clear references to design from the ‘40s, contaminated by the imagery of a strong Tropicalia inspiration. The bright use of colors is evident throughout the hotel.
Respecting the era of the 1930s building, Dimorestudio reinterprets Ceresio 7 with a more contemporary twist.
The careful selection of objects envelops the guests in a welcoming and warm atmosphere.
Dimorestudio concluded a restyling intervention at the iconic Grand Hotel et de Milan. The hall and bar areas are renovated with elegant contemporary touches, through new colours, materials, carpets and finishings, whilst preserving the historical atmosphere and essence of the spaces.
The selection of Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimorestudio was a considered choice as they wanted to conserve the heritage of the building, creating a strong dialogue between past and present, thanks to the use of iconic objects designed by famous historical designers, along with other salvaged pieces and newly designed custom made furniture.
Leo’s The Art Club interior design has a strong mid-century influence, with modern details.
The sophisticated and luxurious dining room -Pump Room – at Public Hotel in Chicago
The hospitality project by Dimorestudio for The Arts Club in Dubai, in ICD Brookfield Place, DIFC, spans the interiors, terraces, and rooftop of its 65,000 square foot clubhouse. The furniture is a sophisticated mix that spans eras; from historical pieces to custom-made contemporary furnishings designed by Dimorestudio itself, as well as others sourced from the Dimoremilano collection. The Club’s design is the ultimate blend of the past and present, a perfect push and pull of contemporary and classic, forging together to set a decadent scene.
Dimorestudio has infused a distinctive character and charm to the interiors of the magnificent Moorish architecture of the Villa enhancing the sophisticated appeal and essence of the spaces, through an intervention that conveys an elegant balance between nautical and colonial touches and precious furnishings, whilst preserving the historical atmosphere of the residence. A rich palette of blues and yellows, precious walnut woods, bamboo and silks establish a common thread between the restyled spaces, giving new life to the outstanding white stone architecture of a building considered one of Dubrovnik’s protected monuments.
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