About Us

Hi, We are Daevas Design

We're a studio based design/production house, committed to provide exceptional hand-made furnishings with the goal to exceed the niche high-end quality by turning innovative ideas into concrete reality. It is a fusion between art and design leading to objects that connect with people creating emotional bonds. The strengths of our products are:

  • 100% Handmade
  • High End Quality
  • Uniqueness and Originality
  • Innovative Ideas and Concepts
Daevas Design Member Team, Asia Samimi and Nima Fardi Image

100%
hand made pieces
1.2k
Instagram Followers
7
number of exhibitions

Our Story

Who

Daevas is a product design studio, based in Milan, Italy. It is an idea of two Iranian designers, Asia Samimi and Nima Fardi. They started working together on their first project in September 2013 and eventually they decided to found a small design group named Daevas in 2014. Daevas in Persian means a spirit, which has disagreeable characteristic. In the oldest texts of the Zoroastrian canon, the daevas are "wrong gods" or "false gods”.

What

We fabricate conceptual, but functional, furnishings that foster the appreciation of the paradoxical world of objects; achieved through designed elegance, purposeful diversity, and creative practice. In Daevas Design we aim to form a distinct universe of objects full of unimaginable imaginations and unexpected expectations to demonstrate that impossible is just a perception. We believe perfection stands in admiring the imperfection.


Our Team

Nima Fardi

Iranian designer born in Tehran in 1980.  He has studied Furniture Design at Politecnico di Milano. In 2014, he has finished his Master’s Degree in product design at the same university. He was part of different projects in different fields such as products, spaces, artistic and experimental projects, communication design, videos and photography.

Asia Samimi

Iranian designer born in Tehran in 1985. She specialized in Product Design at Politecnico di Milano in 2012. Ever since, she’s been working on different self-production projects, including the production of her winning project from Manufacto workshop organized by Resign in collaboration with Fonderia Artistica Battaglia and the Subalterno 1 galley.


Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite.
Paul Arden