A multidisciplinary collective
Kunst Cantine is co-founded in 2018 by three French creatives with the desire to merge their interests in set design, textile, and food into culinary installations.
Louise Hemmeth Manniche (1989)
Artist-cook graduated from Geneva University of Art and Design and from Ecole de Recherche Graphique, Brussels, Belgium. In 2012, she cofounded Rosa Brux, a research and exhibition space in Brussels where she participated in the management and the cultural programming. In 2016, she became head chef in Be-o, an organic restaurant in Marseille, France.
Clémence Wambergue (1987)
Architect and selfthaught chef, raised in the French countryside and educated from Architecture School La Villette in Paris since 2011. She worked for three years as an architect in Paris before moving to Denmark in 2014. She works on projects and events involving space, interior, design, food and lifestyle. In 2014, she founded the pop-up dinner concept Ne Pleure Plus, serving a 5 dishes French dinner to guests around the table of her apartment. In 2017, she started working at architecture and interor studio Valrygg Studio.
Anne Texier (1991)
Swiss knife designer who truly believes in merging disciplines. After exploring textile design at Duperré in Paris, she studied at Design Academy Eindhoven in The Netherlands with a semester in Graphic design at Rhodes Island School of Design in USA. In 2015, she moved to Denmark to be an intern at Henrik Vibskov. In 2019, she became a brand designer at the strategic design agency Manyone and a visual researcher at film company Bacon. She works hands on with textile design, graphic design, set design and art direction.