Tine LoncinTine Loncin has thirty years of experience asan interior architect. The time freed up by the lockdown became an opportunity to focus on furniture design. She is inspired by simple shapes, a work of art or a book. Also by a movie or a theatre performance. Once she was an assistant scenographer at La Monnaie, the royal opera house in Brussels. She likes to be carried away by the dynamism of the capital city where she lives and works.Designing with an open mind, a sense of reality and in no-nonsense style.