Dyan Dittola Grey is a unique interior/furniture designer established in New York, more specifically in Manhattan, since 2000. The creative energy of this artist is defined by simplicity, luxury, elegance and harmony with the scope ranging from modern to eclectic.
Environmental awareness combined with precision, quality and exquisite detail to create the desired effect is Dittola Grey trademark. Reinterpretation of classic style with an uncanny novel twist adds to the exclusive and unique signature of this interior designer. The furniture designs are seductive and inviting in their subtle familiarity. They have a universal appeal for indoor and outdoor use.
What distinguishes DDG DESIGN from other design studios is Ms. Grey’s given sensibility along with her experience as a gifted artist and entrepreneur. The combination of these experiences affords Ms. Grey a unique and multifaceted approach.
Dittola Grey also has a furniture collection. Attraction to natural material and texture is apparent in Ms. Grey’s furniture designs as well as interiors. Rare woods are chosen specifically for their grain, depth and color and partnered with contrasting material. Her designs are distinct and credited with elegant and subtle versatility. Unanimous positive affirmation for Ms. Grey’s furniture designs was the evident response to each of her exhibitions in New York City’s major design venues: the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, the Architectural Digest Home Show, the Modernism Show.
Materials are usually juxtaposed in graceful, linear designs where line extends beyond function. The eye travels and is compelled by stunning and balanced proportions. Unbridled play with form and balance has produced elegant, pure contemporary design. This is Dyan Dittola Grey signature.
Dyan Ditolla Grey is also a plastic artist.
Her work consists of a dual art form, sculpture and photography. She sculpts directly into the earth, chiseling the figures, which range from 4 ½ feet to 14 feet, to reveal the human condition. She then photographs the sculptures over a period of time and their disintegration, capturing with the camera those tangible moments and phases in which the sculptures exist.
“When I sculpt, I challenge and endure nature’s elements to complete a sculpture, knowing it will ultimately return to where it came from, the earth.”