The interior architect and product designer Gabriela Raible-von
Lüttichau, born in Hamburg in 1962, lives and works in Munich. She laid the foundation stone of her career with her study of interior design at the Rosenheim Polytechnic Institute (1987), followed by a Master of Design at the Domus Academy in Milan (1988). After a few years of freelancing and a successful office partnership (Leniger & Raible Partner), she founded her own office in Munich in 2001, which in 2011 was first divided formally into the areas of interior design and product design.
As a specialist in customised interior design solutions, she is dedicated to the planning and implementation of private and business living spaces.
Many discerning private clients as well as renowned companies such as Allianz, BMW, Feinkost Käfer ... etc. have great confidence in her style.
As a designer, she never treats pieces of furniture as soloists but rather as team players designed and used in the context of a formal-aesthetic living environment.
Her debut as a designer was in the mid-1990s with a first chair for Plank and the successful modular furniture programme “Keiko” for designo. These were followed by well-known chair series such as the “Lord Gerrit” and “Episodes” models for the Italian company Tonon Italia. The latter can be seen for example in the dining room of the cruise ship Queen Mary 2.
The „Paco“ armchair for Hans Kaufeld received the Red Dot Award in 2003. With her sofa programme ZELOS for Artanova of Switzerland, first introduced at the IMM Köln in 2013, she produced yet another successful model, which was awarded with the Special Mention Label of the German Design Award 2015. Her latest design, the chair family BERET for Tonon Italia, was presented at the well known furniture fair „Salone del Mobile 2016“ in Milan.