Stefano GiovannoniStefano Giovannoni graduated in Architecture in Florence in 1978, lives and works in Milan. He works as an architect, interior, and industrial design. He collaborated with companies such as Alessi, Amore Pacific, Cedderoth, Deborah, Fiat, Hannstar, Hansemm, Helit, Henkel, Honeywell, Kokuyo, Inda, Laufen, Lavazza, LG Hausys, Magis, Mikakuto, Ntt Docomo, Oras, Oregon Scientific, Pepsico, Pulsar, Samsung, Seiko, Siemens, Sodastream, 3M, Telecom, Toto, Veneta Cucine, etc.
Working as an industrial designer, he created many bestsellers and commercially successful products establishing records of sales in the design contest such as the “Girotondo” and “Mami” series, the popular iconic plastic products and “Il Bagno Alessi One” for Alessi and the “Bombo” series for Magis.
He has been defined “Champion of Super and Popular of the years 2000” (Alberto Alessi), “King Mida of design” (Cristina Morozzi), “Most bankable designer” (Eugenio Perazza, Magis) for his ability to foretell people's taste.
QEEBOOUnder the careful direction of Stefano Giovannoni in collaboration with the most eclectic international designers, integrating different styles and characters in a playful-narrative approach, extraordinary design products are born with the Qeeboo brand. Emotional and narrative objects that are openly non-bourgeois and accessible to all who, once created, are entrusted to our interpretation to acquire a new life.
Qeeboo resumes and reinterprets the icons of our imagination in a fantastic way and gives them an unexpected, full of emotion and original image, introducing a collection of intelligent, ironic, and surprising objects.
A magical mix of industrial technologies and techniques, together with aesthetics and invention that offer not only poetic objects but also hybrid and fun objects such as Mexico and Killer designed by Studio Job, which can be used in a personal way as a session, a table, a lamp or a vase, a planter, a champagne cooler, allowing everyone to interpret them and use them freely.
Emotional and narrative objects expressly non-bourgeois but suitable for everyone. Once created, they are entrusted to our interpretation to acquire a new life.