Born in 1986 in Paris, Lisa Allegra graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg in object design.
After collaborating with various Parisian design studios and editing the ITA coat rack, in 2012 she set off on a trip around the world (Asia, United States, Brazil) for almost a year.
Upon her return, she joined Diptyque Paris as a project manager, where she was in charge of creating window displays around the world.
She stayed there for three years before creating her eponymous brand of ceramic objects.
It was during her studies at Decorative Arts that she was introduced to ceramics.
Earth is a material of contrast that is both child's play and ancestral material, accessible and uncontrollable, which adapts to the infinitely small and infinitely large object (from the pearl to the frame). Soft matter which can be given a rigid, tense appearance, hard object which can have a soft appearance. Contrast and balance have always been present in his work of object design and scenography in an explicit or suggested way. She continues with ceramics, to explore these
themes. The choice to work this material allows him to be in a logic of small series, durable objects and to control the manufacturing. Her pieces are designed to be developed into collections and variations, but each one is unique because she shapes them by hand.