Dining Room Ideas
They are a worldwide reference in the interior design world when it comes to unique design ideas and creative furniture pieces. Get ready to enter the design time capsule and take a look through Studiopepe‘s most famous design project starring the dining room area.
Considered as one of the best mid-century designers, the Studiopepe has created several iconic design projects that truly represented their signature style. To help you recreate your favorite ambiance/exhibition, our team is also going to present the best mid-century furniture ideas that match the Italian designers‘ signature style!
This dining room set was one of the spaces of Studiopepe’s Manifesto Project for Milan Design Week 2019. This interior design exhibition took place inside a large industrial space, former gold manufacture dating back to the 1900s. In collaboration with their partners, the Italian designers created a path through design and bespoke pieces, re-editions of historical pieces, art pieces, and installation rooms in which the connection between matter, archetypes, and the power of symbols are deepened.
“The Visit” was one of Studiopepe‘s first interior design interpretations for the famous Fuorisaloni event in Milan. Created in 2017, this design project was composed of two distinct dining room design ideas. The first represented a smaller dining room set, where the round marble dining table took the lead as the centerpiece of the design.
The other dining room design idea in “The Visit” by Studiopepe was composed of an unusually shaped marble dining table that stands out in the design. Overall the goal of all interior design projects was to create an experience of all that is beautiful, through the use of stylistic stratifications that tell stories, speak of research, recount a particular Milanese atmosphere that is both creative and sophisticated.
Last but not least, we have the living/dining room set by Studiopepe that was created as a way of celebrating the 25th anniversary of Elle Decor Italy. The Italian interior designers were invited, together with six other international designers, to take part in ROOMS, a special exhibition curated by the renowned magazine.