Emilie F. Grenier is a narrative designer dedicated to the creation of remarkable objects and experiences. Her award-winning portfolio spans across various platforms such as objects, spaces, cities and digital. Her work stems from deep research into materials and the significance of stories as cultural conduits. She perceives her role as a bridge between craft, user and experience, and designs with an interest for the social forces that drive us. She holds an MA in Material Futures from London Central Saint Martins, and her final project on the future of resources in the context of the 2013 economical crisis was selected by British design icon Tom Dixon to open at the Milan MOST Salone—and was later acquired by the Musée National des beaux-arts du Québec for their permanent collection. She strives for uniqueness and emotion.