It’s fitting that the word “dimore,” which means dwelling in Italian, has an air of nostalgia. Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, the designers behind Dimore Studio, are skilled at taking a piece of history and giving it new life. A 17th-century kitchen, for example, is updated with a solid brass island, a midcentury dining table, and an 18th-century Gustavian daybed. This mixing of eras and styles is precisely what makes Dimore the most in-demand design firm in Europe. They’ve collaborated with top hoteliers, fashion houses like Hermés and Bottega Veneta, and private clients with aging villas to capture this fine balance. See why it’s easy to fall for the Milan-based duo below.