1. How do you define your concept / style / brand?
In my eyes, objects should attract the viewer's attention on an emotional or physical level.
In my way of creating, design should offer more than just the creation of functional objects. Design products should not only fulfil a function, but they should also be ambassadors of stories and speak a language that fascinates and triggers emotions. This emotional aspect is reflected in all my work and goes hand in hand with my focus on manual skills.
2. What are the responsible values, actions that your brand conveys? Why are they important to you?
All my creations are produced in small numbers or as individual pieces. I prefer not to work in mass production. I like to develop my creations with talented craftsmen from all over the world and to share the joy of combining craft with design.
3. Which of your creations do you like the most? Why do you like it the most?
In fact I don't have a favourite design, I see my work as a constant development of my creative journey. Every project I do gives me experience and inspiration to create new pieces.
4. Tell us your story, your link with Luxembourg ?
My studio is based in Luxembourg, where I also grew up. My creative journey started here, I attended a school section specialised in arts and design. After my studies abroad, in Germany and the Netherlands, I came back to Luxembourg to start my own design studio.
5. Give us a story on the “Made in Luxembourg”
During my first exhibition here in Luxembourg I sold all my exhibited works. It was a good moment to see that my work was accepted by the Luxembourg public.