Manuela Federica Krebser

DESIGN FOR A BETTER LIFE - For more than 25 years, product designer Manuela Federica Krebser is working for international clients. A good price-performance ratio and important best possible efforts in terms of SUSTAINABILITY (sun-energy and organic) allows iSHONi to realise corporate items of very high quality. Manuela's work is known internationally and her unique talent about how to match business & art in keeping the creative level at it highest offers her clients artwork, personalisation, use and business in one.

The word iSHONi means "together" in Japanese, and "beautiful" in the language of the Navajo Indians.

Manuela-Federica has been supported by Leila Menchari (HERMES). She designed for NESTLE the silkcollection "NESTLE - THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD" and realised many shop-items for the ACROPOLIS MUSEUM in Athens / Greece. Manuela also created the corporate design RANDOM for OMEGA for the new MOUCHARABIEH (building façade) of the OMEGA Boutique at Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris. OMEGA uses that design for displays and leather goods, as well as for their scarfs and ties where iSHONi became the official supplier. From 2016, Manuela-Federica has been annually entrusted by the german Porcelain Manufacturer ROSENTHAL to design the limited edition of the “CHINESE ZODIAC”, where she is working with the Shanghai Department, as well as the new Christmas Dinnerware “YULE” what has been launched at MAISON & OBJET in Paris.

For TISSOT, Manuela developed the official LOOKBOOK. iSHONi is a partner of the INTER-NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE for scarves and ties, where sustainability plays a key role, as iSHONi scarves are predominantly made using solar energy. In the field of corporate- & designcarpets, Manuela became known from 2002, when her collections became yearly selected to adorn the FLOORFORUM at the DOMOTEX - Show in Hannover. From 2008 to 2012, Manuela-Federica was living in New York where she designed rugs for ABC CARPET&HOME. Her work has been repeatedly presented in magazines such as Interior Design Magazine and HALI MODERN. iSHONI blog

Our contribution in terms of sustainable development (SD) where we actively contribute are: no poverty, good health and well-being, gender equality, clean water, clean air, decent work and economic growth, innovation, women in businesses, sustainable production, respect towards small businesses, peace, as well as equal partnerships.