Alessandro Stabile

Milano, Italy

Alessandro Stabile, born in Milan in 1985, is an Italian industrial designer known for his innovative, human-centric approach to product design. He established his own design studio in 2011, focusing on industrial design and art direction, and has worked with renowned brands such as Moleskine, De’ Longhi, and Alessi. Stabile's designs range from furniture to electronics, showcasing his versatile and multidisciplinary approach. Stabile's work has garnered him international acclaim and numerous awards, including two first-place finishes in the Young&Design competition in 2016, and the prestigious Red Dot Design Award in 2023. His project, Chair 1:1, was nominated for the esteemed Compasso d’Oro in 2021. His philosophy is one of disruption and exploration; he constantly questions existing norms, pushes technological boundaries, and seeks practical improvements in his designs. All of his products are characterized by their distinctive aesthetic appeal, environmental respect, and user-centric design. Stabile’s commitment to innovation and sustainability has made him a leader in his field. His vision and his ability to translate the needs of contemporary society into aesthetically pleasing, functional designs make him one of Italy's top industrial designers.

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Industrial Design

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