Boo Louis   BOO LOUIS, Creative Director, Designer

American at origin, Boo was formally trained as a Graphic Designer at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. During a design project in France, she discovered Paris…and Bruno, the founder of the brand.

She continually evolves the EKOBO HANDMADE and BIOBU [ by EKOBO ] ranges marrying Western trends with Eastern materials and savoir-faire. Sensitive to how her daily actions and design choices affect our planet, she attempts to design products that are a complete package -- beautiful, space-saving, multi-functional and sustainable.

Adrien Lassalmonie, graduated from ENSAAMA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliquées et des Métiers d’Art), is part of a rising generation of talent focusing on ethical products that meet the demands of the eco-consumer. He collaborates regularly on both brands EKOBO HANDMADE and BIOBU [ by EKOBO ].
Elisabeth Diakité  


Elisabeth Diakité is an artisan designer based in Marseille. Passionate about reinterpreting used objets, her manual and imaginative creative process morphs every day products giving them a new story, form and function.



Anne and Thibaud Klepper collaborate with various design studios and agencies in the creation of household objects, industrial products, furniture, environments and installations.

They have recently developed several projects with the Fabrica Atuto Honduras, as an artisan workshop which reinterprets traditional crafts such as braided fibers and raffia palm.

Their latest designs - Junco carpets and lamps Petate - were selected for a prize at Designers Days 2012 in Paris.  /

Out of Stock   Outofstock

The multi-cultural design collective was born out of a fortuitous meeting in Stockholm, hence the name Outofstock. Wendy Chua, Gabriel Tan, Gustavo Maggio and Sebastian Alberdi met at Electrolux Design Lab 2005. They decided to collaborate in 2006 and have since been working together across three cities and continents, sharing values of simplicity and poetry, sustainability and craftsmanship.

Martin Robitsch  


EKOBO and Austrian designer, Martin Robitsch collaborated on the MIKOTO Knife Block Collection. Martin initially designed this innovative solution to knife storage in one size out of larch wood. EKOBO and Martin took the concept one step further and crafted MIKOTO in 100% bamboo.


Hanna is a German-American designer and studied product design in Karlsruhe at the School of Design, as well as in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Superiure des art decoratifs (ENSAD). Kai is German-Dutch and studied product design in Offenbach at the School of Design (HfG). Both presented their designs at several national and international museums and fairs.


Dual trained in woodworking and design, Stéphane Clivier began his professional career in luxury but moved quickly towards eco-design. Founder of Reine Mère, Clivier is also a lecturer at the University of Toulouse Mirail on materials and eco-design. In 2012, he collaborated with EKOBO on BISTRO, a serving board made from beechwood grown in France. BISTRO pairs perfectly with EKOBO's lacquered bamboo bowls.

Jan-Willem Leeuwenburg   JAN-WILLEM LEEUWENBURG

Néerlandaise à l'origine, Jan-Willem a étudié les arts à 's-Hertogenbosch au Pays-Bas. En 2010, Jan-Willem a fondé la société 3DWalldecor et a commencé à développer ses premières modèles de panneaux muraux 3D en bambou. Toujours à la recherche des motifs élégants et puissants en même temps, en combinant des formes géométriques simples pour créer des étonnants effets de la lumière et de l'ombre. Pour gagner du poids, de l'espace et de notre environnement, ces panneaux muraux faciles à installer sont fabriqués à partir de fibres de bambou, un matériel écologique et renouvelable. Depuis 2013 Jan-Willem est en partenariat avec Ekobo Home car il est évident que nous partageons les mêmes passions.