Alex Koban, born in 1956 of Austrian descent (Salzburg), arrives in Italy during the 80s and starts expressing his artistic inclination in advertisement, photography and graphic design. His multifaceted creativity and his past experience as a painter are what stirs him today to discover a new art form. Koban takes objects and reduces them as if they were graphic signs, through different materials such as wood, iron and fiberglass.view full bio
A graphic sign, an unravelling thread that creates a new world inhabited by stories and fantastic beasts. Flying stags, flamingos on stilts, sharks escaped from the seas. Dreamy and delicate illustrations drawn by the French graphic designer Anne Lhéritier, presenting here on Debou her series of “affiche” numbered in limited edition. For philosophical children and poetic adults.view full bio
Atelier Macramè is a project signed by Laura Calligari, architect and founder of the online magazine www.arredativo.it. Atelier Macramè was founded in 2013 to give light to self-production projects, objects and collections in small series - always inspired by the simplicity and traditions of everyday life - made with the support of selected local artisans, who express their manufacturing excellence in contemporary design objects .view full bio
“BiCA*, as the first coffee drunk together in Lisbon, followed by many others in Milan. Long, short, with a drop of milk, in a mug". Alice Azario and Elena Tirinnanzi tell us about the beginning of their project BiCA-Good Morning Design, a female reality of self-made design, born inside a digital fabrication lab in Milanview full bio
Camisa 11 Design is a young company based in Bologna, Italy, that designs and manufactures furniture using the cardboard and other eco-friendly materials. A positioning that enhances the respect for the environment and at the same time ensures high quality of products design. On Debou we present a selection of exclusive products, from accessories to table lamps, all eco-friendly.view full bio
Canel Fucina Design is a young brand that takes flight thanks to the ideas of the brothers Andrea and Devid Canel, but that has its roots in a consolidated experience in the family metalwork, founded by Mirco Canel and Silvana Zannoni. On Debou we present a selection of wine bottle holders, made in different and entirely hand-made finishes.view full bio
Zoé Célestine Van Reeth is a Belgian designer currently based in Rome. From her first studies in Architecture at the Faculty of Brussels, continuing her education with a degree with honours in the course of Industrial Design at European Institute of Design, Zoé concluded her training at the Goldsmith Academy in Rome to learn the traditional Italian techniques of working with precious metals.view full bio
DesignLibero is an international design studio, based in Milan, founded by Libero Rutilo and Ekaterina Shchetina. The canadian and russian influences, the origins of Libero and Ekaterina, characterize the style of DesignLibero. Their works, both interior and product development, stand out for originality and creativity, featuring an unconventional and spectacular vision, able to realize new solutions and design experiences.
On Debou we present the Boris magazine rack and the 3D vase collection.
Dipro art comes from an idea of Marco Di Properzio. His passion for industrial design and his experience in the field, led him to create a collection of furnishing accessories, unique and functional, in which the art of design meets the mastery of the artisanal production, exclusively Made in Italy.view full bio
Domadesign is a new brand that comes from an experience in the furniture and design field that has lasted for over 50 years. Quality and attention to details have always been the cardinal points of this company. The use of excellent materials, finishes and production processes carefully followed certify the Made in Italy offer of Domadesign.view full bio
Designer and craftsman, Giovanni Cugliari collects the inheritance of the family, a wood craft company since 1961.
He applies the quality and the techniques experienced as cabinetmaker's work into contemporary furnishings, with essential and elegant lines.
Eliana Lorena, an Italian designer based in Milan, stands out for her artistic vivacity and rigorous attention to the material, a mark that distinguishes all her design projects. A new project that marks the Eliana Lorena path is the Mesh collection of cover and lifestyle accessories, a project that Eliana has created in collaboration with Pijama, a well-known brand of neoprene cases born in Milan in 2006. This limited edition Mesh collection by Eliana Lorena for Pijama is for sale exclusively on Debou.view full bio
Elisa Vendramin is an Italian illustrator based in Italy and Iceland. Through her digital collages, she manages to express intuitions and feelings in series of abstract, poetic and personal illustrations. She plays with the delicate balance between the intricacy of the design and the empty canvas of the page.view full bio
“Modulando”, a line of kinetic jewels that comes from Elisabetta Fontana’s personal inquiries upon the nature of shape and material, and introduces a new way of thinking the jewel, not only as a purely esthetic value, but as an interactive and playful item. Here on Debou we introduce the line “Modulando”, distinctive jewels characterized by dynamicity and geometry of the elements. Circles, squares and rectangles combine through hinges and joints, and create perfect geometries with deep symbolic values.view full bio
Elisabetta Nevola is a brand new contemporary jewelry project that comes to life in 2012 in Padua by the hand of the homonymous designer. Elisabetta started following her artistic path from the manufacturing of ceramic to the inclination for ‘biscuit’ porcelain in white and black. Elisabetta Nevola jewels stand out for their strong link with the raw material, distinctive sign of high-end manufacture, and their minimalist elegance.view full bio
Material, shape and colour. After graduating in architecture in IUAV in Venice, Enrico Zanolla started to work in the industrial and interior design field. His projects are developed following the entire creative process, from the idea generation to the product executionview full bio
FiloVIA, an historic atelier in Milan (founded in 1997) specialized in fabrics embroidery customization, launches the lifestyle accessory collection: from the functional Weekender travel bag to the exclusive model “U”, realized in collaboration with Vibram, a leading manufacturer of high-performance rubber soles.view full bio
A projet born from the mind of three industrial designer, Matteo Meraldi, Simone Colombo and Dario Sartori, who met during their studies at the European Institute of Design in Milan. An innovative and virtuous production processes using 3d printing and craftsmanship methods.view full bio
Born in Milan in 1984. Graduated in 2006 from Milan’s Istituto Europeo of Design in Industrial Design. Following the degree the designer gained experience in London working at Sebastian Bergne’s studio and later at Ross Lovegrove's. In the 2013 he began his own production with LED lamps, marble stools, tables, benches and 3D printed jewelry.view full bio