Ever wonder about famous interior designers in Milan, Italy? We all know, it is an epicenter for fashion, art, food and design enthusiasts. People go to see galleries, enjoy the city, network and find new possibilities. We want to take you on a trip with us – let’s meet famous interior designers from Milan!
Founded in 2003 by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, Dimore Studio is known for its main signature – objects created by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other “bespoke” objects to create and forge a particular atmosphere. Interpreting memories and creating dreams, crossing the boundaries between art and design, fashion and architecture. Read more here
Elegant and contemporary touches matching with colors and aesthetic designs gives a result of uniqueness and charm of timelessness.
Pallazzo Fendi VIP Apartment Roma by Dimore Studio
The numerous successful projects and the collaborations with world-famous brands are evidence of the fruitful partnerships of the two and the common philosophy that inspire their creations. Interior projects could be discovered not only in Milan or Italy but as well as through all the world. Fendi VIP apartment in Rome, Paris Saint Germain, Leo’s Arts Club in London, Hotel Saint Marc in Paris or even Fendi and Dior boutiques in Saint Tropez is something exclusively classic and yet different from each other.
The Dior Saint-Tropez boutique, designed by Dimorestudio
Founded in 1994 by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, often named as ‘a golden couple of Italian design’. Well known, from the partnerships with Foscarini and Paltrona Frau. Their concept is famous for the balance of oriental heritage, as well as a little touch from the Nordic style. Read about Ludovica and Roberto Palomba more here
The philosophical approach, on which most of their projects are based, aims for an empathetic relationship with design objects: a contemporary rendition of products that profess an inherent balance between functionality and innovation, contemplating a complete disregard for any temporary trends.
After working with Alessandro Mendini, Ettore Sottsass and Andrea Branzi in the Alchimia group during the 70s and 80s, Paola Navone definitely managed to launch herself in the market as an architect, a designer, an art director, and an interior designer.
Milan Interior designer had collaborations with names such as Armani Casa, Alessi, Casamilano, Knoll International, Molteni, and Poliform, and has been graced with awards such as “Designer of the Year” attributed by the German magazine Architektur Wohnen. Her design style has been very focused on the styles from many distinct cultures between East and West as well as a deep appreciation for several styles of design and craftsmanship.