Friday, February 28, 2014

Mentally to enter one palazzo Italian, expectations lead to an opulent image full of gold and excesses. Perhaps this commonplace that motivated the studio Dimore to build an entirely different concept - but no less grand - to Solferino , an abode of the 18th century that is strategically located in the city of Milan . "We wanted to create layers of colors and materials, plus mixing objects and furniture from various eras . Occasionally, we insert touches of contemporary "describe Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, creators of the studio. With this recipe, the result was a timeless atmosphere that is at the same time, striking, modern, clean and full of memories.