Nadja was Born and raised in Germany.

Her passion for beautiful things started at an early stage.


The development for her Interior Design passion was an organic process.

Nadja always loved to be creative, whether it be fashion, interiors, furniture or art.

She started designing since she was old enough to hold a pencil.


Her love for colours, materials, textures, and photography, lead her first into the world of make-up design. She travelled the world participating in international shows, magazines and advertising campaigns. Her work was inspired by nature, architecture, fashion, and her natural perspective of daily life.


Her passion for the right angle, the exact pattern and the perfect color-scheme, awoke a deep sensibility and awareness for a harmonic order in aesthetics. Nadja´s curiosity and her passionate dedication to what she does is clearly reflected in the way she approaches each new project and the

client´s needs.


Parallel to her natural acquisition of talent and before chosing the path of Interior Design, Nadja gained cross-disciplinary skills and project management expertise in the areas of Design, Marketing and Communications.

She approaches each project not just from a creative and aesthetical perspective, but also from a commercial side, always considering the delivery-date and stipulated budget.


Nadja found what she was looking for the relationship between 3 dimensional conceptual thinking, space, materials, colours and project management.


Nadja lived and worked in Frankfurt, Los Angeles, London and Amsterdam before arriving to Geneva.


Since she started working as an Interior-Designer, she has been fortunate enough to work with wonderful clients and incredibly creative teams, who shared her passion for design and from where she was able to extract positive takeaways.


She joined the Studio 2 Team in early 2015.


If you weren’t a designer, what would you be?


I would be an actress. There was always a deep interest and passion for expressing my emotions and feelings in a performing way.

What is your personal design philosophy?


Layers, layers, layers of different materials, textures and colours.


What inspires you the most?


Nature, Animals, Architecture, Structures, Colours, Materials, Food, Traveling…..  I am constantly inspired by elements and sequences.


What is your favorite place you’ve ever traveled and why?


Capri is sensual and magic. Very inspiring…..


Who is your design icon?

Kelly Wearstler. I admire how fearless she is combining colours, textures and materials. It all comes together.