Elle Kunnos de Voss is a New York City-based Swedish production designer and creative director of The Metrics Design Group. Her work ranges from award-winning architectural design projects to production design for film, set and costume design for performing arts, as well as writing for stage.
Kunnos de Voss holds an M.A. from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Design. In 2004 she moved to New York and co-founded The Metrics shortly thereafter. As creative director of The Metrics she has completed architectural and interior design projects in New York, Europe, and Asia. Her projects have been featured on television and in books and magazines across the world.
Kunnos de Voss has completed production design for films in Sweden and the U.S., designed sets and costumes for performing arts productions in Holland, Sweden, and the U.S., and is currently developing two librettos. One of them, The Echo Drift, co-created with Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson, had a staged preview at the House of Sweden in Washington, D.C. last December and is scheduled for a New York premiere in 2017.
Recent film projects include production design for The Ceremony by Lina Mannheimer / French Quarter Film which premiered at SXSW in 2015, mask design for Girls Lost by Alexandra-Therese Keining / Gotafilm which premiered at TIFF, Anna Gutto's End Run (2014) and Nina Gielen's Mother Puppet (2014)
Recent theater/dance work includes set and costume design for If walls could speak by Ballet Hispanico at Apollo Theater NYC, set design for Born of a Fairytale by Vacant Lot Theatre Company (2015) and The Misanthrope by Hunger and Thirst Theatre (2013).
Arts and Crafts
Film (Short, Drama, Family, Fantasy and 1 More) Production designer Ten-year-old Misha has lost his mother, but even though she's dead, he tries everything he can to get her to come back to him.
Don't Tell Anyone
Film (Short and Drama) Production designer An event at a party sends a college quarterback on a downward spiral before the biggest game of the season.
We Just Met
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama, Family and 2 More) Production designer We Just Met is a unique twist on the romantic comedy genre, fusing the elements of friendship, affection, betrayal and emerging diverse cultures with a classic "American Hollywood" love trope. Set in New York City, the story captures what it means to surrender to love through the metaphor of a foreigner (Liam) thrust into a totally unfamiliar, unforgiving, and quintessentially American urban environment, where he is forced to adapt.
Film (Drama) Art department three young girls who's friendship is tested after they have planted a very special flower; the Nectar from the flower is changing their lives- and friendship - forever, as they get a taste of what it's like growing up as a boy. It's a story of how we're creating gender, and how to know who you are when society is telling you who you should be, but also a story about young love and lust. Written by Maria S
Film (Documentary) Production designer The most famous dominatrix in France creates sadomasochist "Ceremonies" in her chateau. Catherine Robbe-Grillet, age 84, defies the relations between power and submission, sensuality and physical pain.
Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts