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.


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

2023__Fuori Contesto__Dopo?__Milan, Italy                                 


Fuori Contesto - mdw 2023
c/o Dopo?, Milan
a project by Millim Studio + Tellurico + TIPSTUDIO
in collaboration with 5VIE + Adorno
ph: ©Francesco Stelitano

A project by Millim Studio, Tellurico and TIPSTUDIO
An exhibition dedicated to Italian collectible design in collaboration with 5VIE and Adorno

Designers on show:
Ilaria Bianchi, Millim Studio, Scattered Disc Objects, Simone Fanciullacci, Standard404, Stefania Ruggiero, Tellurico, TIPSTUDIO

“Fuori Contesto” is a collective exhibition that investigates the state of collectible design in Italy*: it brings together eight independent designers and studios, which operate mainly by self-producing furniture or work closely with artisans.

The selection of professionals invited to the spaces of DOPO? moves in the opposite direction to an industrial context inclined to digitisation, optimisation, and extreme engineering of every phase of the production process. This is why the designers on show declare themselves "out of context": they aim at a rediscovery of manual skills, the contemporary interpretation of traditional techniques and methodologies, the reaffirmation of the uniqueness of the territories in which they work. The designers on show are often found knocking, door by door, on workshops and small businesses, doing valuable heritage innovation work. Their work must necessarily be slow and experimental, and admit error, the unexpected and imperfection.

Having surpassed the era of the "Great Masters" of design in the second half of the 20th century, and the daring companies that gave them ample space for experimentation, we now see the emergence of a new design horizon: with a much more capillary distribution over the territory of research and projects, localised and if we want to niche, but whose true value lies precisely in their plurality. This is why the exhibition avoids imposing a single topic on the participants but tries to highlight their differences.

The selection of designers is somewhat self-generated and arises spontaneously from the recognition of elective affinities between the professionals themselves. These personal and professional contacts, direct and indirect, form a network slowly built up over the years through exhibitions, meetings, and conversations. "'Fuori contesto' is also a place of encounter and (self) recognition between designers not only about their design practices and aptitudes, but also inherent to their status as workers. From the sum of individual experiences and personal connections, a generational mindset emerges, a common attitude, which the exhibition wants to reveal (or rather, question).

written by Salvatore Peluso
from an interview with Millim Studio, Tellurico and TIPSTUDIO

*What is Italian-ness today? Mobility is a characteristic shared by many of the designers in the exhibition: medium- and long-term international experiences are now commonplace. We find designers who were born in Italy and have been living abroad for years and people born in other countries who have chosen Italy as their country of adoption, as well as designers who work mainly in other countries while being resident in Italian cities.

ph: ©Francesco Stelitano