Grand-daughter of a french wool refiner settled in Rabat, Morocco, Marie-Victoire Winckler has been immersed in an artisanal environment since her childhood. Growing up between Berlin, Paris and Rome, Marie's cosmopolitan upbringing is reflected in her work which explores and draws inspiration from a wide variety of creative worlds. As a reflection of her cosmopolitan style, she likes to explore and drew upon different creative worlds. Former head designer for India Mahdavi, Marie-Victoire has recently founded her own design practice.
In 2016 Marie Victoire visited Afghanistan to create "the Walter table center" inspired by modern drawings of the Bauhaus School founder, Walter Gropius.