|1971||Born in Stuttgart|
|1991–1998||Goldsmithschool with master diploma in Pforzheim|
|1995||National winner "Die gute Form"|
|1996||Namur Fellowship, Brussels|
|1997||Study visit Paris|
|since 1998||Studio in Stuttgart|
Elegant necklaces of precious stones, exquisite woods, antique Bakelite beads or horn embody one aspect of Julia Münzing’s jewelry. Reminiscent of ornaments from ancient cultures and Art Déco jewelry, they contain a hidden mechanism that lets the wearer playfully swap or lengthen individual parts. Another facet of her oeuvre manifests itself in simultaneously feather-light, constructivist and narrative pieces. “Citations are a leitmotif in my jewelry objects,” says this designer, who immerses herself in each new material and technique down to the last detail. In “Flux,” her latest jewelry line, Julia Münzing transforms tiny pollen shapes into powerful rings that unite nature and culture in a new, subtle and wearable form of visual communication.