Famous for his iconic objects, Stefano Giovannoni has created what he himself defines "a new generation brand", Qeeboo.
Launched during the "Salone del Mobile di Milano 2016", with 25 products distributed exclusively online, Qeeboo is a company founded on innovative standards. The idea is to make design accessible, minimizing running costs, focusing on design quality and production. The group of designers that Giovannoni has chosen to collaborate with Qeeboo has as a common denominator the ability to create objects that, beyond their function, cause emotions and stimulate the imagination, transforming themselves into artistic works that everyone can interpret according to their sensitivity. Giovannoni's challenge to "his" designers consisted in designing objects that could be made with injection molds, therefore in plastic material. So the Italian Andrea Branzi, the Dutch Richard Hutten and the Marcel Wanders Studio, the Swedish Front Studio, the Sovenian designer Nika Zupanc and the famous Studio Job in Anversa, have taken up the challenge by creating objects that move on a narrative and figurative level, some already become icons. United by a playful and captivating mood, the Qeeboo collections will not leave you indifferent.