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Studio Mellone: Mix of Mid-Century and Contemporary Design

Studio Mellone is an interior design firm based in New York, that works on a multiplicity of repertoires, focusing primarily on residential designs and private homes. With a keen eye for contemporary interiors with classic details and elements, Studio Mellone is also known for its architectural approach and the use of mid-century furniture.

Founded by Andre Mellone, a Brazilian interior designer with over twenty years of experience, the studio has expanded its portfolio to retail, commercial and product design projects.

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Andre Mellone is a Brazilian interior designer based in New York. A 20-year veteran of the city’s design community, he worked for Robert A. M. Stern, Mark Hampton, Greg Jordan, Ferguson&Shamanian and Swayer/Berson, prior to establishing his studio in 2012. Neutral tones, insightful textures and the finest materials converge to create unforgettable interiors.

See Also: Jongerius Lab Studio – Eccentric Chair Design

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DISCOVER THE LOOK – PLUM SINGLE SOFA by BRABBU

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DISCOVER THE LOOK – PLUM SINGLE SOFA by BRABBU

Well known for his amazing drawing skills, Andre Mellone creates unparalleled interior designs that led him to become a favourite of fashion designers such as Jason Wu or Thom Browne.

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DISCOVER THE LOOK – INCA ARMCHAIR by BRABBU

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DISCOVER THE LOOK – INCA ARMCHAIR by BRABBU

His artistic background and influences from the Brazilian culture are at the core of his style, executed flawlessly, that becomes one with his clients’ lifestyle. His use of mid-century furniture is also a must, from lighting to seating options and everything in between.

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There is some kind of elegant harmony when we look at these amazing lifestyle images that are just so irresistible. Studio Mellone knows how to play with space, making it informal and chic at the same time.

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