Over the course of Milan design week, architecture and design studio Dimorestudio transformed its gallery into “a dreamlike space” filled with lighting, furniture and textiles shrouded in plumes of smoke.
Dimorestudio founders Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci wanted the interiors to help visitors forget the difficult years of the coronavirus pandemic and instead evoke “hope and joy”.
Dimorestudio has transformed its gallery space into an installation
Tucked away in a cobbled courtyard in the city’s Brera district, the hazy space was also informed by its name: oublié translates from French to “to forget” in English.
Upon entering the second floor of a nineteenth-century apartment turned gallery, visitors are met with classical
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