Designers

Alejandra Gandia-Blasco

Alejandra Gandía-Blasco is the assistant director of GANDIA BLASCO GROUP’s Communication. She graduated in Fine Art and then completed her training in Design and Communication at Central Saint Martins in London. She is an interdisciplinary creative, her work is based from visual arts and collective memory applied to the design of everyday objects and communication.

“More than beautiful and well-done things, I am interested in ideas and experiences. The rest is taken for granted. It is a challenge to rethink the objects and the reality that surrounds us with sufficient critical capacity”.

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Calcetín

Calcetín is a dividing element with soft curved lines and a casual style. This versatile and multifunctional designer piece of furniture can be used to define different environments or to create intimate atmospheres where you can relax both indoors and outdoors, as it easily adapts to any type of space.

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Valentina Up

The Valentina Up collection is light, fun and elegant. His designs, built from the minimum elements, put into practice the maxim “less is more” of Mies van der Rohe with originality, the most genuine expression of the Diabla Outdoor style. Conceived as a review of the Valentina collection, awarded in several design competitions in 2019, Valentina Up is presented by its creator Alejandra Gandía-Blasco, reinventing her popular original designs by incorporating V-shaped zinc-plated iron rod legs. that improve the ergonomics of this outdoor furniture by raising it off the ground. With Valentina Up getting on and off your soft mats is even easier.

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Plisy

Plisy is a collection of designer lamps with an elegant aesthetic inspired by traditional pleated fabric lampshades. The sophistication of a classic and iconic design transferred to the world of avant-garde lighting technology.

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Patoso

Patoso is a pouf filled with recyclable polystyrene pearls converted into a small lounge chair. The legs attached to its metal structure raise it off the ground, while the pattern designed to give it shape hugs the body as a comfortable seat”, this is how its designer Alejandra Gandía-Blasco defines the Patoso pouf.

José A. Gandía Blasco Canales

Designer and president and creative director of Gandia Blasco Group. In the 90’s managed to lead the activities of the family business towards the international design benchmark it is today.Diabla is the third brand he has set up and is his most recent business project.

“Beauty has to be functional in any piece of furniture. I like to think of pieces that have been in the collective imagination for a long time, which is why they easily connect with people.Redesigning them brings them closer to the current user”.

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Cubos

This tower that looks like an improvised arrangement of boxes is our Cubos outdoor lamp, a design with a playful, informal style based on a very basic geometric shape: cubes piled up and slightly rotated, giving it a very spontaneous look.

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Trip

Trip is Diabla Outdoor’s most nomadic outdoor furniture collection. You can take them with you wherever you want, since they are made of aluminium, which makes them resistant, light and foldable, the best allies for a picnic on the beach or in the countryside.

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356

356 is an innovative and original outdoor furniture collection created by the Diabla Outdoor team of designers. Inspired by the aerodynamic lines of early Porsche 356 models from the 1950s, this collection transforms the striking aesthetics of this iconic sports car into ergonomic and comfortable outdoor furniture.

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Faroles

This collection of outdoor lighting is available in various sizes and formats with which to unleash your creativity and devise different settings in your outdoor spaces.

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Lipstick

Lipstick brings to the world of designer furniture an object as iconic and at the same time as everyday as a lipstick. But it does so in a subtle, veiled, elegant way, based on the suggestions that emerge from the oval shapes of the backrests and the cylindrical appearance of its exclusive furniture.

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Clip

Clip is a multifunctional and elegant outdoor furniture collection. Its sinuous lines and low-height format give it a very characteristic personality that makes the exclusive Clip furniture the perfect option for relaxed and informal settings by the pool or in a chill out area. Its design is inspired by the flexible curves of office clips on a par with traditional practical and comfortable beach chairs.

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Pirámide

The Pirámide outdoor lamp has that quality, as at first glance, its architectural look and 181 cm height make a great impact. But the lamp’s poetics really shine through the longer you spend with it, becoming a light sculpture with lots of different hints beyond the obvious, from a lighthouse through to a beach bonfire on a summer evening.

Teresa Sapey + Partners

Based in Madrid since 1990, Teresa Sapey + Partners relies on an international multidisciplinary team with extensive experience working globally under the leitmotiv we design spaces with feelings.

“I think that interior and exterior design are coming increasingly interlinked, especially in
countries with hotter Mediterranean climates –the origin of Diabla, Sapey and now Costuras!
Of course, when developing Costuras we wanted to create a versatile product for both the interior and the exterior, for children and adults, for homes and hotels and restaurants.”

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Costuras

Inspired by the stitch lines of an element as iconic as a baseball, the Couture series unapologetically exposes what is usually hidden. These designer poufs make the geometry of the threads of their seams their characteristic sign.

MUT Design

MUT Design is a Spanish design studio founded by Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón. Since its launch in 2010, the studio has been developing unconventional, timeless and artistic products for a selection of relevant firms. Their experimental approach has led them to create increasingly more recognizable products.

“Our designs are always inspired by sensations, even anecdotes, from our daily lives. Those dayto-day emotions, big and small, constitute the germ of the idea and are later transferred to the product or the final project and seek, in turn, to awaken that same feeling in the user or viewer”.

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Grill

Grill furniture is geometric, with clean and simple lines, and inspired by the creative universe of the works of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. The parallel layout of the square aluminum tube of the structures of this designer furniture evokes barbecue grills and is the hallmark of the Grill collection.

Made Studio

Made Studio was founded in Valencia in 2017 by architects Borja García and Laura Ros. Focused on the development of architectural projects, interior design and product design, the studio joins professionals from industrial and architectural design.

“I have always enjoyed asking myself how and why things are done. What started out as a concern, little by little turned into a passion and finally became a profession”.

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Arp

The Arp outdoor furniture collection brings the rationality of 19th century cast iron architecture to current design with creations with an avant-garde and innovative spirit. The Arp design furniture, with a clean and refined style, is inspired by the geometric succession of the vertical lines of the strings of a harp, a motif from which they take their characteristic hallmark.

Democràcia Estudio

Democrácria Estudio is a Valencian multidisciplinary study formed by creatives from the field of communication and design who create brand experiences through identity, concept, product, art direction and graphic. They are Marta Tortosa, Javi Tortosa, Miguel Martí, Chavo Roldán and Pablo Llobell.

“Lilly Reich, like so many other women, was forgotten in history. It is time to vindicate those figures and give them the prominence they deserve. Hence the name of the collection, it was designed to cross that paradigm and endure over time”.

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Lilly

Lilly is a collection of simple and rational outdoor furniture with which Democràcia Estudio claims the work of one of the forgotten figures of the Bauhaus, the German designer Lilly Reich. Lilly design furniture is harmonic, with a curvilinear and sinuous layout, designed to survive fashions and the passage of time.

Romero & Vallejo

Founded by architects Sara Romero and Mariano Vallejo in 2004, Romero & Vallejo specializes in integral projects of architecture, interior design, product design and creative direction. From concept-creation to its complete execution, they approach all phases and aspects of a project.

“For us, the different creative disciplines have a lot in common with each other. We enjoy working across the board, creating environments that reflect a lifestyle. Between architecture and product design there is a difference mainly in scale”.

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Ploid

PLOID 1, 2,3 and already. PLOID is a multifunctional modular collection. This series of outdoor furniture is made up of only three versatile modular pieces: an individual seat with a backrest, a multifunctional element in the form of a pouf and a corner module that can be adjusted both to the left and to the right.

Marià Castelló

Marià Castelló studied Architecture in Barcelona at the UPC-ETSAB. He is originally from Formentera, where he founded his studio after graduating in 2002. Research and conservation work in this small Balearic island have shaped his professional career.

“I always had a sensitivity for the plastic arts in general; painting, sculpture, photography, and, in a particular way, with design and architecture, because it needs a previous study, before undertaking the work. “

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D12

The D12 collection of outdoor furniture and accessories arises from a series of elements designed by the architect Marià Castelló for the Bosc d’en Pep Ferrer project, his own house on the island of Formentera.

Pablo Gironés

Pablo Gironés is a freelance consultant specialising in marketing, art direction and product strategy who works for contemporary furniture design companies.

“There are good talent pools in Europe, and I think the level is improving more and more. Having a good cultural base is essential. So is knowing the work of the great industrial and graphic designers of the 20th century. It has served me a lot”.

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Gobi

Gobi is a collection of outdoor planters. Inspired by the soft undulating lines of desert dunes, these original designs have a clean and serene aesthetic that fits perfectly in any space.

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356

356 is an innovative and original outdoor furniture collection created by the Diabla Outdoor team of designers. Inspired by the aerodynamic lines of early Porsche 356 models from the 1950s, this collection transforms the striking aesthetics of this iconic sports car into ergonomic and comfortable outdoor furniture.

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Esferas

Thanks to its round, curved, balloon-like design, Esferas is one of our outdoor lamps with a more festive, cheerful personality. A unique lighting feature with which you can achieve that special touch that a space needs.

Mikiya Kobayashi

Mikiya Kobayashi is a Japanese designer with a studio inTokyo from 2006, whose work is characterised by the very individual approach he takes to the how a design is perceived, bringing his own distinctive flair to both the item itself and the type of space or setting it’s likely to be used in.

“More than knowing how objects are used I am interested in the sensory perception of my designs. Discovering the uniqueness in minimalist shapes”.

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Donut

Donut is an outdoor stool with such a user-friendly design that you can’t help smiling as soon as you see it. With its undeniable, obvious inspiration, there’s very little we can add to describe its appearance.

Héctor Serrano

Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia and he founded his studio in London before he graduated from Royal College of Art. It soon became famous thanks to the innovative approach with which Héctor turns everyday products on their head.

“I try to create products and projects with which I feel identified in the most human, emotional and extraordinary way possible. Somehow I combine two seemingly opposite concepts: innovation and familiarity”

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Sail

Sail is the most cuddly collection of outdoor armchairs from Diabla Outdoor. The interior of this pouf-shaped designer furniture is filled with polystyrene beads that adapt perfectly to your body as if it were a hug.

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Air

From his creative universe come the outdoor stools from the Air collection, outdoor furniture that condenses the concept of the stool, taking it to its maximum simplification. With Air, the classic legs disappear and an elegant model with a single volume and clear architectural inspiration emerges.

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Mareta

These designer armchairs, a reinvention of the typical outdoor armchairs, are filled with polystyrene beads that adapt perfectly to your body, making them ideal for setting up a chill-out relaxation area by the pool or a comfortable corner in your terrace where you can enjoy the sunsets with friends.

Borja García

A design studio interested in bringing a twist to traditional design and creating its own language, exploring new concepts, and turning products into visual games, also known as “emotional design”

“Our designs are always inspired by sensations, even anecdotes, from our daily lives. Those day-to-day emotions, big and small, constitute the germ of the idea and are later transferred to the product or thefinal project and seek, in turn, to awaken that same feeling in the user or viewer”.

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Trip

Trip is Diabla Outdoor’s most nomadic outdoor furniture collection. You can take them with you wherever you want, since they are made of aluminium, which makes them resistant, light and foldable, the best allies for a picnic on the beach or in the countryside.

Jonathan Lawes

Jonathan Lawes is a British designer that specializes in prints. He trained in design in England, graduating first at the Arts University of Bournemouth and then majoring in printed fabrics and pattern design at the Arts University of Leeds.

“Inspiration is a moving thing. I have always been inspired by Joseph Albers, Mark Rothko, Henri Matisse, and their views on color, composition, and form”.

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Abstrakt Mona

This enthusiastic attitude has been the origin of the Abstrakt Mona series, made in collaboration with the designer Jonathan Lawes who, from his universe of geometric and colorful strokes, has created two exclusive designs of graphic originals for the tops of these fun single-leg tables.

Emmanuel Gardin

Emmanuel Gardin is a Belgian designer who specialises in developing modular pieces for domestic settings with a range of functions. The thread running through his work is metamorphosis, investigating designs that can take on many appearances and functionalities more eco-friendly.

“If an object can fulfill the functions of two, then it satisfies our needs much better and at the same time contributes to reducing consumption, being, consequently, more ecological”

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Arumi

Arumi is a collection of outdoor tables whose simple aesthetic hides an intelligent and multifunctional design. Their style of clean lines, clearly inspired by architecture, makes them fit perfectly in any environment, as a complement to a chill out space or providing a touch of sophistication to your relaxation area by the pool.

Diabla team

At Diabla, creativity is our way of life. It is a factor as important in our design strategy as in our business and lifestyle. Therefore, aside from working with designers for our collections, we also design some of our products ourselves.

“For us is important the originality but also the functionality of the collections that we design, basic furniture of our daily life. Find out more.”

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Mona

Mona is a collection of versatile and fun outdoor tables developed by the Diabla Outdoor team of designers. Original single leg tables that will fit perfectly both in your garden and in a relaxation area by the pool.

Frale Design

Alessandra Balsotti and Francesca Rosignoli founded Frale Design in 2014 after training in interior architecture at the Nuovo Istituto Design in Perugia (Italy). The ICS Swing won them the XIII GANDIABLASCO Outdoor Furniture Design Competition in 2018.

“Lena was born from our interest in delving into the smallest details of design, which led us to specialize in furniture and lighting projects, attracted by the world of industrial design”.

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Lena

Thanks to its stylish design, Lena can be used both outdoors and indoors. Imagine it in a garden or on a porch, but also in an area of the living room or in the children’s playroom.

Alberto Martínez, Raky Martínez y Héctor Serrano

La Siesta started out as a collaborative project by Raky Martínez, Alberto Martínez from Culdesac studio and Héctor Serrano when they were studying a master’s degree in Product Design at the end of the 1990s at the Royal College of Art in London.

“We were interested in designing an object that would combine the traditional jug, used to keep water cool, with the shape of a plastic bottle. It’s a humorous review of a very iconic cultural element for us”.

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La Siesta

La Siesta came about as a fusion between the shape of a plastic bottle and that of a Botijo, a traditional earthenware vessel that is used as a container for keeping water cool without the need for refrigeration, and as a water jug.

Manel Jiménez y Violeta Alcaide

Manel Jiménez Ibáñez and Violeta Alcaide Weishaupt studied architecture at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. and at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. They work at the same time on design projects connected with a particular material, a certain shape or a specific need.

“Touffu is an architectural exercise based on the screwless assembly of traditional Japanese carpentry. Because our pets also have the right to live in a stylish environment”.

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Touffu

Underneath its typical pitched roof format, our Touffu pet house hides a really interesting design. The structure is designed so that when you assemble the pet house, the panels are fitted using a system of grooves so they lock together and support each other without the need for screws.

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