(Un)Comfort Zone Shows Artistic Imaginings of Five Vice-Filled Rooms

 - Sep 7, 2017
References: dezeen
(Un)Comfort Zone is an art project by Dimore Studio and on display at Mazzolini, a London art gallery. Rather than paintings or sculptures, though, the displays cover five complete rooms of the gallery, imagining designs expressly created to encourage different acts of hedonism.

The five rooms in (Un)Comfort Zone are meant to theoretically be spread out over a house. They include a dressing room, a living room, a dining room, a bedroom, and a bathroom, and they're each centered around a vice, like drug addiction, late-night partying, or gambling. Though unique from one another, the rooms all combine the "elegance" of art deco with the "sexiness" of the seventies, according to Dimore Studio.

According to Britt Moran, one half of the Dimore Studio team along with Emiliano Salci, each room is "almost like a set design for a cinema piece."