Amandine Gini & Victor Moynier


Our collaboration is rooted in the dialogue of our distinct creative environments, it is the sum of an ethical & hands-on approach fostering a deep understanding of materials and their meaning, with an industry-driven mindset relying on digital tools and new technologies.

While running our own creative practices, we collaborate on an ad-hoc basis, to join our expertise and develop a broad spectrum of creative solutions from product design to spatial design and communication.

Amandine Gini is a product and exhibition designer with strong interests in materiality, experience and innovative solutions. In her design process, she likes to embrace the local cultures as a way to answer current environmental and social challenges.

After graduating in 2019 from the Bachelor of Industrial Design at ECAL and working there as a teaching assistant for two years, she joined Fabien Cappello’s studio in Guadalajara, Mexico. Back in Switzerland, she also gained experience working for Panter&Tourron in Lausanne and initiated in parallel her own practice as a scenographer for ImagesVevey in 2022.

In addition, her multidisciplinary approach leads her to manage projects with a more global vision, ranging from art direction to exhibition design, creating dialogues between existing design tools and her innovative approach.

Her work has been exhibited in Milan, Paris and Guadalajara.

Victor Moynier is an industrial designer with a strong interest in innovation based on a deep understanding of new usages and manufacturing processes.

Victor’s process is collaborative and often involves physical making to reach rational solutions for end-users. When creating new products, he aims at combining humble shapes with streamlined experiences to facilitate their use. He applies design tools to develop objects that make a material difference.

His work received awards from the London Design Museum, the CES Innovation and the BCV. It was also exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Vitra Schaudepot and the Milan furniture fair.