The Alessandro Stabile Design Studio specializes in industrial design and art direction.
We interact with firms to develop ideas into an effective design process with the aim of creating products that stand out for their innovation, ethics and elegance.
Questioning all that is certain, incentivising technological research to go beyond the current limits and exploring practical improvements, these are the methods for creating original products that outclass what already exists.
Ultimately it is about finding a formal synthesis that gives a distinctive slant to the ordinary.
We design products with the sole objective of making them people-centred, to be used expressing their full potential, interpreting the contemporary world in aesthetic terms, respecting the environment and the people who come in contact with them.
Chairs, handles, air purifiers, back packs, smart pens, suitcases, electronic locks, small tables, scissors, padlocks, heated towel rails and stools are some of the types of products that we have designed: the multidisciplinary approach is a fundamental value of the studio which makes it possible to always have a versatile view of design.
We also collaborate with companies in defining a strategic vision, to build the brands by outlining a high quality growth path which impacts the product catalogue, identity and communication.
Alessandro Stabile (Milan 1985) set up his studio in 2011. In 2013 the Italian ultural Institute of New York selected him as one of the ten Top Young Italian ndustrial Designers. In 2016 two of his projects won the first and second prizes in Young&Design as two of the best projects presented by an under 35-year-old at the Milan Design Week. In 2021 the project Chair 1:1 was nominated for the Compasso d’Oro. With more than 40 products included in catalogues and several patents, he is at present involved in the Creative Direction of four companies and he designs for brands such as Moleskine, De’ Longhi and Alessi.