Anne Lutz graduated in industrial design from the ECAL (école cantonale d'art de Lausanne). On leaving the school in 2010, she worked for Ionna Vautrin in Paris.
Anne studied ceramic art for 10 years (hence her work on 'the product'), along with graphic design, hence her interest in 2D. She first designs on a flat (2D) surface then works on the volumes to combine 2D and 3D.
She does a lot of photography and is influenced by Swiss-style graphic design. She loves and feels particularly close to the architecture of the Twenties and the Bauhaus movement.
She was a winner of the Concours Cinna révélateur de talents in 2013 with a project for an LED light, exploring indirect lighting with a view to modelling the wall light and making it pivot.