D3CO designers

We pride ourselves in the whole process of manufacturing natural furniture: from collaboration with our designers, the selection of chemical-free materials to producing our furniture in a sustainable way.

CTRLZAK

CTRLZAK is a hybrid studio that integrates different disciplines and cultures. The founders, Katia Meneghini and Thanos Zakopoulos, are both artists and designers in their own right. The Italian-Greek duo’s creations are inspired by their travels and experiences around the world and by their own rich cultural backgrounds.

 

Sara Ferrari

I have the feeling that, slowly, we are finally starting to make a difference as designers. But in a new, more responsible and relevant way. And I hope I am not wrong.

 

Marco Cattaneo + Chiara Salvucci

Bruno’s materials are, as in all D3CO products, completely natural. Our goal was to express this purity of materials also in the design of the piece. The creative process was a work of stripping down and purifying, in the search for essential and necessary simplicity.

 

ddp Studio

In the case of the sofa we created for D3CO, this approach was met and strengthened by the brands’ philosophy that is to use only 100% natural materials.

 

Vanessa Tambelli


I live in nature
I live with nature
I live eating what nature gives to me

 

Federico Peri

When designing Enrica, I wanted to achieve something functional, easy to install and above all, modular. My intention was to create something timeless which can be fitted into many different styles of interiors, from the minimalistic to the decorative. The last aspect was sustainability. Enrica is made of metal with an eco-paint finishing, exactly in the spirit of the D3CO collection.

 

Andrea Vecera

In the case of PANK I wanted to design a highly functional product for the places I imagined it inhabiting. Comfortable and reminiscent. I re-interpreted the structure of the old Liberty chair, which is definitely more uncomfortable, and I tried to give it more softness. Furthermore, I was interested in it being a "disheveled" object, a little out of the box.

 

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