The proficient Danish Designer, Cecilie Manz was named the Designed of the Year by Maison et Objet, for the upcoming edition, which will occur from 19-23 January. The extremely versatile designer will be the focus of today’s article. Just a reminder, world’s most beloved trade show promises to deliver a creative atmosphere full of uniqueness, and Manz is sure to be one of the reasons why.
Cecilia Manz is one of the best Scandinavian designers. The balance she maintains between civilisation and nature is vital to her creative process. Despite her taste for experimenting with new materials and exploring original functions, whenever she sits down at her drawing table the process is invariable.
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Manz is an avid advocate for warm minimalism.In her work, this is often achieved through subtle play on shades of grey associated with brighter colours.
Colour is a fundamental element in her creative process and she always develops a specific palette in the earliest stages of each project, because it is a way to assert the product’s identity.
The designer is always experimenting and come January, she will present her latest accomplishments. The exhibition will feature existing products and new designs from Manz, displayed in warm and homey atmosphere, an incredible constant in the designer’s creations.
“The task or project itself often holds the key to inspiration; ideas don’t come from waiting but from leg-work, drafting and trials. My work goes from the inside out, and a project has to possess a sound, strong and relevant idea or functional justification before I address the actual physical design. My work has always revolved around simplicity, the process of working toward a pure, aesthetic and narrative object.”
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Images Credit to © Cecilie Manz Studio
Source: Maison et Objet