Ella Roze Bandouveris
Multimedia Artist + Designer

Sculptural Objects
Emblem Sofa
Sister Chairs 
Hair Combs 
Soccer Bag
She Peels The Orange & Always Gives Me Half
Matching Necklaces
Multimedia Projects 
And My City Held Me
Drive My Car
Print + Graphic Design
Clark Street
Lily’s Bar 
Can We Be Next To Each Other? 
Photography Archive


Ella Roze Bandouveris is a multimedia artist and designer interested in sculptural objects. Medium agnostic, her work illustrates sunsets, car interiors, palm trees, sidewalks, and shadows, meditating on her lived experience as the oldest of three sisters, born and raised in Los Angeles. Guided by visual familiarity, her work aims to reflect on the familiar, and also reinvent design futures.

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*Sister Chairs

The Chairs

Three unique chairs. Combination of solid walnut and walnut plywood.
Low back: 18” x 31” x 20’ 1⁄2”
High back: 18” x 48” x 20’ 1⁄2”

These chairs represent each of my sisters and me in their uniform uniqueness. Like my sisters with genetic similarities, these chairs are carved from the same tree. They stand as tangible representations of the bond shared among my sisters, celebrating the harmonious blend of our individualities.

Designed in size for a young girl, these seats are not only physically but also conceptually created specifically for my sisters and me, capturing the essence of our shared experiences. In a departure from traditional notions where custom chairs imply hierarchy, this collection offers each of us a designated place of honor, reaffirming the importance of our individual presence within the collective tapestry of our family network.