Ibi Trier Mørch (1910-1980), Designer and Architect, Denmark

Ibi Trier Mørch (1910-1980)

Ibi Trier Mørch was born in Slagelse, Denmark, on August 1, 1910. The daughter of architect Ejvind Mørch and artisan Gudrun Trier Mørch, she grew up in an artistic environment. She graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’ School of Architecture in 1944.

She started working at A. Michelsen’s silversmithy, where her silver designs brought her significant renown. In 1960, she won a gold medal at the Milan Triennial for her silver saucepans with ivory handles, and the Museum of Modern Art also bought many of her designs for its collection.

She also worked with glass, collaborating with Grethe Meyer on the series Stub and Stamme for Kastrup Glassworks. Trier Mørch participated in many competitions, in various fields of design, such as lighting, textiles and porcelain and won many awards and prizes.

We are very excited to be able to offer a pair of  candle sticks designed by Ibi Trier Mørch on Styylish. This gorgeous pair dates back to the 1960’s and was made in Copenhagen. It is an original Mid Century piece.

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Pair of Candle Sticks by Ibi Trier Mørch, available on Styylish

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