Cecilie Manzis a Danish designer that was elected as this year’s Maison Objet Designer of Year. She started to show some interest in the manual craft arts in early age, when she used to escape to her parents ceramic studio and sinked her hands into the clay!
After graduating, she made the decision to move to Finland and continued her studies ar the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, returning to Copenhagen the next year, to establish her very own design studio.
This interior designer awarded as the Designer of Year for Maison et Objet 2018, has always exhibit a taste for theScandinavian design with it’s simplicity, characterized by the straight lines and the nude color palette.
For being a top interior designer and for being able to mesmerize every single client that ever communed with her, she received one of the greatest honors someone can ever receive: she was awarded with the Crown Prince Couple’s Culture Award in 2014, presented by the Prince and Princess of Denmark themselves.
She’s always been such a versatile artist, which is something that for sure influenced the earning of the Designer of The Year title from Maison et Objet 2018. One of her first projects has named The Ladder, as it was a ladder that could be used as a chair, something that immediately caught the eye go many designers after seeing it in an interior design magazine.
This incredible Scandinavian design style designer has never neglected her roots and she even worked on developing several models of portable speakers for the B&O Play, a brand from the Danish Bang & Olufsen company, with which she has been collaborating with since 2014.
If you’re super curious to know what this danish designer has been up to lately, just head to Maison et Objet Januaryas she’ll be showcasing her latest work and results, presented in a warm and welcoming environment!
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