Founded in 2020 by the duo Racha Gutierrez and Dahlia Hojeij Deleuze, Ebur is a creative studio whose preferred disciplines revolve around space and its components. Sharing a very similar sensibility, common values and a desire to create together, the association of these two childhood friends became obvious while they were studying architecture in Paris.
The Ebur universe is built on different eras, cultures and know-how to create unique and timeless spaces, furniture and objects, with a responsible approach and a privileged relationship with craftsmen.
Ebur's spaces, volumes and lines are inspired by multiple influences, from traditional craftsmanship to major artistic movements.
When designing spaces, Dahlia and Racha always preserve the spirit of the place by sublimating what already exists. They give new meaning to spaces through their choice of furniture and works of art. Their experimentation with shapes, colors and materials creates a harmonious design.
Their editions reflect African and Eastern influences through the symbols and materials of the collections, superimposed on an aesthetic inspired by the French and Italian decorative arts of the first half of the 20th century. This palimpsest defines the Ebur universe and is perpetually enriched.
Ebur means Ivory in Latin, a tribute that Dahlia and Racha wanted to pay to the Ivory Coast, where they grew up. In this country, handicrafts are at the heart of public life, and you can wake up with an idea and see it realized that very evening.
From Lebanon, where they spent all their summers, they retain the imprint of an oriental, multicultural style open to the Mediterranean.
Environments in which their admiration for craftsmanship and their passion for creation were born.