Danish designer Amanda Betz has made her debut in the international design scene. As a graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Art and Architecture, Betz was awarded the VOLA-prize for her final project. Furthermore, her work has been shown as part of the Lake of Fire exhibition at the Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen. Betz's designs illustrate her experience and impressive resume. Her work exemplifies her interest in delving into what makes things beautiful. A perfect example is her 'Shayk' pendant. This pendant was inspired by the Sheikh Lotfollah mosque in Isfahan. Betz meticulously studied the mosque and attempted to design a pendant that mirrored the many geometric shapes that make up the landmark. Betz's designs showcase an ability to thoughtfully recreate fascinating embellishments from real objects or places that give her inspiration.