Alfredo Häberli, Switzerland (*1964)
From 1988 onwards, he worked in Zurich for the Museum für Gestaltung, where he was responsible for numerous exhibitions.
In 1993 he set up his own studio, and subsequently worked for firms such as Alias, Authentics, Edra, Driade, Luceplan, Thonet, Zanotta. Recently Alfredo Häberli has developed products for Asplund, Bd Ediciones de Diseño, Cappellini, Classicon, Iittala, Joop!, Leitner, Moroso, Offecct, Volvo.
Alfredo Häberli's work and designs have been shown in numerous exhibitions throughout Europe. He has received many awards for his work over the years.
A personal monografie „alfredo häberli-sketching my own landscape“ was published by Frame Publishers in Amsterdam.
What do you get if you give Alfredo Häberli free rein to design an entire hotel? Well, now you can see just that in the new "25hours" hotel in Zurich.› To the article
Pfister enters new territory
In mid-August, the Swiss Pfister furniture store launched the Atelier Pfister Collection. Thirteen design studios, curated by Alfredo Häberli, designed more than 120 pieces of furniture and accessories for the Collection. The goal has been clearly defined: High quality based on sound craftsmanship and timeless design.› To the article
A fashion company called "countryman", which exclusively manufactures comfortable shoes and whose stores lack a proper corporate identity - an unconventional combination as the key to success.› To the article