Sibylle blends architectural principles into her jewelry to articulate her brand’s creative signature of form and movement.


Swiss fine jewelry designer Sibylle von Münster articulates her recurring concept of open and closed space by blending fragmented formations with harmonious interplay of positive and negative spaces, creating pieces that balance structure with sophistication.

In 2013, Sibylle completed a degree in Fashion Design from Studio Berçot, immediately working as a professional accessory stylist at Peclers Paris. Afterwards, she joined her father’s architectural firm for two years in Switzerland, during which she discovered her love for architecture and entrepreneurship, learning the vocabulary and principles of architecture and design that will eventually inform her brand’s creative signature of form and movement. Thereafter, Maison Boucheron introduced her to the world of fine jewelry, thus setting the stage for Sibylle to launch her own brand in early 2016.

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