A women story

Fell in love with Fibers

Azza Meknini Ayachi

Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris in 2004, she founded in June 2001 in Tunisia the agency DZETA architecture, scenography and design with two associates: Mémia Taktak and André Christolhomme.

In 2013 she is a founding member of the association Process for the promotion of design in Tunisia

In 2016 she was appointed Community Liaison for Tunisia on behalf of the World Design Organization

In 2017 she was a panelist at the World Design Talk - Africa Design Days in Rabat Morocco

She participates in several events and international exhibitions with a collection of copper objects at the Biennial of Saint-Etienne in 2000, the exhibition of paintings on Vietnam at the Gallery Mille-Feuille in Tunis, Suez Competition Trophy intiative and innovation 3rd prize in Paris, Collective Exhibition at the Gallery Mille-Feuille in Tunis, Exhibition Design around the olive oil at the Biennial of Saint Etienne in 2006, Exhibition Itinerary 10 years of the agency Dzeta, Exhibition at the summit of the Francophonie in Dakar in 2014 and the round table Craft - Fronat Project - ONAT / Rambourg Foundation in 2019


We believe that the Tunisian handicrafts are all millennia-old trades with unique know-how that have been able to resist and adapt to all the changes in our society.


We believe in innovation as a means to achieve new ideas, objects, shapes and textures.


We believe that vegetable fibers constitute today a rich and varied heritage: from the Alfa produced in Kasserine, the Smar produced in Nabeul, the Zaaf produced in Gabes, the palm wood produced in Tozeur, Tunisia abounds in different natural fibers, source of inspiration for our products.

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