The work of Swiss designer, Patrick Weder, marries streamlined architectural elegance with an absolute understanding of functional needs, creating designs that are as practical as they are visually stunning. He seamlessly integrates his pieces within both residential and commercial spaces. Inspired by mid 20th century design and naturally occurring forms, Weder created the combination of Corian and wood in 2001 and continues to refine this pairing while adding materials, such as concrete, to his line.
After numerous exhibitions and high-end architectural projects, his experience working with a diverse set of materials—such as resin, wire, sand, and paper—led him to begin creating primarily site-specific handmade furniture and functional objects. Weder’s background in art, design, and architecture helped him develop a brilliant sense of spatial relationships and the ability to design and execute a perfect fit for unique and exacting spaces.