KOUBI DESIGN, owned in partnership by Dimitri Koubi and Rachel Morse, creates and supplies inventive, elegant mineral finishes for walls, floors and furniture.
We provide luxurious polished plaster and bespoke concrete finishes, for residential, commercial and retail projects.
We supply these products in a wide range of colours, textures and styles to offer infinite design possibilities for our clients.
Our microcement can be applied to most substrates including plasterboard, concrete, MDF, stone and tiles. Working alongside architects, interior designers and professional applicators, KOUBI DESIGN will assist, advise and work with you from the conception of a project to it's completion.
We work in and around Bristol, as well as internationally and have approved applicators using our microcement all around the UK.
It is possible to view our range of products and samples at our show room, which is open by appointment.
Dimitri Koubi is a French decorative artist, who lives and works in between Bristol, UK and Cannes, France.
He studied fine arts and history of arts, and in 1991 started to paint on canvas.
Meanwhile he pursued his artistic activities, he was asked to collaborate as a colour assistant for the design of some restaurant and stores and, very quickly, it became the opportunity to start a career in decorative arts.
Since then, he has never stopped this activity, and year after year, learnt and improved the techniques, from the most traditional and ancient to the most modern and recent ones.
He also became a specialist in venetian polished plaster and polished concrete.
Dimitri Koubi has worked alongside architects, interior designers and private clients, providing artistic and decorative finishes for traditional and contemporary interiors, incorporating both residential and commercial, in addition to restoration and bespoke artworks.
Since 2008, he also collaborated as a consultant for the refurbishment of luxury stores in Cannes including: Vertu (Nokia), Jimmy Choo, Brioni, DinhVan etc..
Dimitri Koubi worked from May to September 2012 in one of the most exclusive apartments in the world (One Hyde Park), for the royal family of Qatar.