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Céline is a designer and educator. Working at the intersection of design and curation, she takes a keen interest in sensorial and ecological considerations.

Céline is an Associate Lecturer in Graphic Design at the Royal College of Art and Camberwell College of Arts.

She studied Graphic and Exhibition Design at the HfG Karlsruhe in Germany, and graduated from an MA Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art. With Claire Mouton, she co-launched the Common Room in White City, a reading and sound space for students.

She runs her own design studio A.M. Bureau d'échanges européens. The studio works at the intersection of graphic and spacial design, collaborating with individuals, independent entities, and larger institutions. Every project is a process of interpretation through tactile, chromatic and typographic expression.


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Céline's ongoing research centres around sensorial and ecological considerations in the design process.

Céline previously worked at Atelier Dyakova, Studio Veronica Ditting and Maccreanor Lavington.


Strolz, C. (2019) ‘A (break up) letter to the RCA’, Content Free


Window in Bloom, duo-show with Pamela Dimitrov (2019), Hockney Gallery, London

Dear Member, part of ‘Research Design Publish’ (2018), Peckham Liberal Club, London

The Better Shape, showed at the exhibition and symposium ‘Re-Editing the Manual of Travelling Exhibitions’ (2015), HfG Karlsruhe, Germany

Talks and lectures:

‘Délices Pigmentés’ (2020), invited lecture at Cambridge University, Department of Architecture

‘Espace et Image’ (2020), invited lecture at ENSAS École National Supérieure d’Architecture Strasbourg

Panel reviews:

(2022) Jury Panel, Varley Award

(2021) Jury Panel, Varley Award

(2021) Expert Panel, MA Graphic Design, Falmouth University