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Manon Stoeltie is a The Hague-based designer.  Graduated in 2018 as a furniture designer from the Royal Academy of Arts The Hague, with her project 'Freeze Frame'. 


Her objects reside on the border between design and autonomous art, where composition ratios of colour and material play a major role.  Her work explores the relationship between craftsmanship and experimentation, functionality and aesthetics. 

Her newest project “Amended” focuses on the relationship between waste and value, temporality and permanence.


 Dutch Design Week, Plan B Eindhoven "Amended" 22 - 30 Oct '22

 Object Rotterdam, HAKA Rotterdam "Freeze Frame" 8 - 10  Feb '19 

 Dutch Design Week, Campina Eindhoven "Freeze Frame" 17 - 25 Oct '18

Graduation Show, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague 11 - 13 July '18


Working experience 

Kunstplan Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague '22 - Present

Primary School Teaching Program, Ludiuina, The Hague '22

School of young talent Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague '21 - Present

Teacher IAFD Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague 2018 - Present

Primary School Teaching Program, Titus Brandsma School Delft Jan - Apr '19

Witte Anjer Award 2019 for Veteranendag Sep '19 -'20

Cources and education

Course Gold and silversmith, Vakschool edelsmeden 2019

Bachelor's degree, Interior architecture Furniture design, KABK, The Hague 2013 - 2018

Bachelor's exchange, Jewelry design, KOV, Umprum, Prague 2014 - 2015 

Course Pottery, Umprum, Prague 2014 - 2015.

MBO degree, Graphic Design, Media College, Amsterdam 2008 - 2012 


Design Studio Martens & Visser, Eindhoven Apr- July 2015.

Graphic design studio De Hazen, Amsterdam Apr- July 2009.

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