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Milan's Next Big Export

Milan's Next Big Export
Milan's Next Big Export
Dimore Studio feature in the Sept/Oct 2016 issue.
By Kyana Moghadam, AFAR Contributor
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    Milan's Next Big Export
    Milan's Next Big Export
    From Chicago to Milan: Wander into the inspired world of Dimore Studio by clicking through the slideshow. 

    Photo by Mai Linh
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    AD Intérieurs
    AD Intérieurs
    "We like to mix vintage and modern, and wildly different color palettes and patterns," says the designing duo. Dimore often floats new ideas at design showhouses. This is a contemporary-butretro display cabinet they created for AD Intérieurs in France.

    Photo by Silvia Rivoltella 
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     Salone del Mobile debut
    Salone del Mobile debut
    Dimore's subtle, glamorously unconventional vignette debuted at Salone del Mobile, a massive furniture fair held during Milan’s Design Week.

    Photo by Jerome Galland 
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    Aesop store
    Aesop store
    In December, Dimore’s second Aesop store, left, opened in Milan. “We had the idea of turning it into a beautiful 1930s-inspired butler’s pantry,” says Moran, “with Formica cabinets, a linoleum floor, and tiled teal ceilings and walls.”

    Photo by Paola Pansini
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    Public Hotel Chicago
    Public Hotel Chicago
    Dimore broke into hotel work five years ago wtih this constellatino of glowing orbs in Ian Schrager's Public Hotel in Chicago. "Working in hotels, we have free rein, a precise deadline, and we get to create our own worlds," says Moran.

    Courtesy of Dimore Studio 
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    Progetto Non Finito
    Progetto Non Finito
    Last year, Dimore launched Progetto Non Finito, a collection of fabrics, rugs, lighting, and furniture, which lend a whimsical vibe to their interiors.

    Photo by Silvia Rivoltella
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    Casa Fayette hotel
    Casa Fayette hotel
    In Guadalajara’s Casa Fayette hotel, right, salmon-pink walls are the backdrop for custom-made Italian furniture that evokes mid-century glamour. The original 1940s tiled floors were restored with the help of local artisans.

    Photo by Adam Wiseman
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    A Parisian home
    A Parisian home
    This vibrant Parisian home perfectly captures what Dimore is all about: elegantly faded interiors that manage to feel Old World and modern at the same time.

    Photo by Mai Linh
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