Young generation Lithuanian designer Gerda Liudvinaviciute established her own design studio in 2016 which is called CELSIUS 273. The designer is looking for connections between humans and the city, takes inspiration from architecture and heritage. Gerda uses different research methods from relaxations in public spaces to experimental art practices to see the city and world layers from different views. Her artistic research is connected to the design field, which invites us to ask questions for ourselves.
The designer is known best for her concrete jewelry collections inspired by architecture. Her latest jewelry collection inspired by brutalist Eastern European panel houses won a lot of national and international awards. Her works exhibited in Tokyo, Caen, Paris, Sarajevo, Budapest, Vienna and etc.
Let’s meet her on board!