Dahmstudio, the brainchild of Federica Martinetto, brings 3 beautiful European brands to Australia. Here is their story.
March 29th, 2012
What does your company supply?
Dahmstudio is Federica Martinetto, working for furniture brands from Italy and France.
What’s the history of your company?
Federica Martinetto started working with these brands 2 years ago. Being passionate about design, she wanted to bring new and interesting brands to Australia.
The company was first based in Paris and has recently moved to Sydney.
Federica chose to work with Meritalia because it is a company that specialises in furniture of high quality design, and because research and innovation are key points in manufacturing the products.
Talenti [pictured at top – Breeze by Karim Rashid] is a brand of outdoor furnishings for a stylish and trendy lifestyle. The brand is known for its tradition, creativity and innovation.
Qui est Paul? was chosen by Martinetto as a brand for outdoor/indoor, embodying the creative and imaginative.
La Michetta by Gaetano Pesce for Meritalia
Where do you distribute?
Dahmstudio works with people throughout Australia.
What sets your company apart?
Dahmstudio is different because it involves a person (Federica Martinetto) who is an interior designer who is very passionate about design, who loves Meritalia, Talenti and Qui est Paul? and who is offering unique design.
Altesse by Cedric Ragot for Qui est Paul?
What is good design to you?
Good design is design that is able to improve everyday life.
What does the future hold for Dahmstudio?
More than a product itself, I want to sell a lifestyle, an atmosphere, a concept that represents myself and what I love. I am sure that the future will be better with good design – Federica Martinetto.
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