Millim Studio


Millim is a multidisciplinary creative studio.
Founded in Rome by Chiara Pellicano and Edoardo Giammarioli. Their gaze is aimed at the research and construction of new forms of expression that create stable connections between culture, art, design and communication. The studio works in the fields of creative consultancy, art direction, product design and collectible design.
In 2024 Millim Studio was selected among the 20 Talents by AD Germany. In 2019 the studio won the Wallpaper* Design Award in the “Best Dream Design Factory” category.


2024__CO Series 01__Sculpture/Bookshelf 2024__Metalique__Side Table
2024__Metalique__Coffee Table
2024__Metalique__Low Table
2023__Marbelicious__O bench
2023__Marbelicious__S bench
2022__Cutout__Table Collection
2022__Cutout__Vase Collection
2022__Miscellaneous__Side Table
2018__Re&Regina__Oil Lamps


2021__Alter__Studio F
2019__Twins__Coffee Tables
2019__Fusion__Secondome Gallery
2018__Glitch__Secondome Gallery


2024__Thema__Baranzate Ateliers 2024__Metalique__Label201
2024__HKDI Gallery__Hong Kong
2023__Venice Design Biennial
2023__ADI Design Museum
2023__Piazza di Siena__Villa Borghese
2023__Fuori Contesto
2023__Contemporary Cluster
2022__EDIT Napoli
2022__In Search of Lost Time
2022__Villa Borghese
2022__Collectible Fair
2021__Lake Como Design Festival
2019__Still Moving
2019__Lake Como Design Festival
2019__Maison & Objet
2018__Twiner #6
2018__Ventura Future
2017__Ladies & Gentlemen

2024__Merge__Side Table                     

Collectible Design

Italy is one of the world’s leading producers of marble. Marble processing is an operation that generates a large quantity of waste, also known as “offcuts,” which vary in type and size. These offcuts originate from the fractures that occur during processing, which are quite common given the nature of the material, or from pieces that remain after processing or extracting a marble piece. The waste resulting from the cutting and processing of stone can range from a minimum of 35% to a maximum of 75% of the physical unit. Therefore, from 100 kg of marble (block) input, only 25 kg of finished product may be obtained, and the remaining 75 kg constitute the waste.

In a country like Italy, where the tradition of marble has a millennia-old history, where stone is born or transported to become sculpture, art and history, the production of waste derived from processing leaves its mark on the ground, defenseless.

In a dialogue of contrasts, collaboration, and sustainability, aluminum embraces marble. It doesn’t disturb, deface, or interfere with the material but rather welcomes and supports it.

The project “Merge” welcomes these remnants and emphasizes their uniqueness. In each piece, the story of the previous narrative remains sculpted. Each piece is an expression of a previous narrative. Matter and transformation. “Merge” is a collection that extends our exploration into material recovery and sustainable design principles.

In addition to the marble, we’ve chosen to use aluminum, which is a 100% recyclable material. In this narrative, the materials showcase their own peculiarities and put them in comparison.

They undress to clothe each other: they are no longer waste but in constant transformation, becoming new material. Materials are shown in their authenticity without any further processes applied. The product is completely handmade in Italy.

*The product is completely handmade in Italy.

ph: ©Emanuele Chiaverini