Victoria-Maria is a German interior architect and designer based in Brussels. Passionate about Art History and with a solid network of suppliers throughout the world, she caters to cosmopolite, international clients. Self-taught, Victoria-Maria started her business in 2008. “I’ve always loved moving furniture around and adding personality to a space,” she says.
Victoria-Maria has been called an iconoclast, as she is known for creatively mixing up antique and contemporary pieces in her designs, managing to keep up with current trends all while retaining uniqueness.
The NIGHT & DAY rugs she designed, inspired by Puccini’s Turandot. NIGHT is dark and dramatic. It makes us think of when the heartbroken Prince sings Nessun Dorma. DAY, light and cheerful, embodies new beginnings and bright prospects. The Prince sings Vincerò! The two designs of the carpets are completely customizable. As well the colors as the materials can be changed according to a specific project.
A collection of customisable rugs, named DAY and NIGHT with The Invisible Collection and a line of inspiring door knobs (soon to come!) for the famous Belgian hardware house Maison Vervloet. The collection is called Message and comes in two designs: SENT & NOT SENT. The theme is about a letter (maybe a love letter ?), which has been sent, or not sent. The theme is poetic but the lines are modern and simple. In 2018 she designed a capsule collection of fabrics and wallpapers for La Maison Pierre Frey with a snake theme called Les Venimeuses and Ouroboros.