Just months after opening its London showroom, online design marketplace The Invisible Collection is hosting its first-ever residency with Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of DimoreMilano, Italian designers known for using rich colours and textures in their furniture and interiors. Scheduled to coincide with the Frieze art fair, the showcase will occupy an entire floor of The Invisible Collection’s Marylebone mews house, where visitors can view the collaboration (by appointment only) from 7 October.
The Invisible Collection opened its first London space last spring, in a three-storey mews house near Regents Park. Co-founders Anna Zaoui and Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays renovated the space with sustainable methods, ecological materials and energy-efficient heating. And they furnished it with pieces from its star designers – like a Studioparisien Panther sofa, a Pierre Augustin Rose Minotaure armchair, Mawu Chairs by Laura Gonzalez and lighting by Pierre Chareau. The property encompasses a vast gallery showroom, a materials library with stone, marble, wood and fabric samples, and event spaces for solo shows, dinners and lectures.
The Dimore residency will offer a dusky, dramatic respite for visitors to the Frieze art fair steps away in Regents Park. And unlike the Fair, it runs until Friday, 18 November 2022.
2-4 Huntsworth Mews, London NW1 6DD