Thinking Multidisciplinary to Design Multidimensionally– infusing your uniqueness into your environment, products, packaging or branding for bottom line results
Ksenija is designing multidisciplinary for individuals and entrepreneurs helping them to infuse more of their personality and expertise into their environment, products and branding. She applies her keen emotional intelligence and she brings a stylish approach to everything she does. Ksenija works with her clients to really get to know their unique style. Once she has an idea of what makes their personality stand out, she helps them to build a goal oriented, bottom line results.
Interior architecture designer with master degree in product design from the School of Design at Zagreb University. Upon her return from intense rotation at the world’s leading design studios in Milan and Toronto, she opened her own design studio, working for private investors, large and small businesses, developing self-initiated projects, working on design advocacy and in design education.
Ksenija weaves multiple areas of design from interior design, product design, packaging design to visual communication. Her work includes the overall responsibility for a project, from the first idea and sketches through to the execution, including monitoring the quality of the design intent, so that it is translated into reality. She gathers outsourced teams of experts.
Believing that the quality of our environment and the system can improve the quality of life, Ksenija is basing her projects on 10 principles that ensure the security, reduce costs, optimize energy efficiency, health and environment, improving productivity and general well being as well as she is inspired by the architectural context, the spirit of the place, life / working style and needs of the customers.
She won significant awards for design at home and abroad, from the Chancellor’s Award, a lifetime achievement award from B.Bernardi Foundation to the prestigious Red Dot Award. Her works have been published in the media and professional literature, shown in numerous exhibitions internationally and become part of the permanent museum collections.