Andeas Saxer

Designer Zurich / Switzerland

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Andeas Saxer
Andreas Saxer was born in Peru in 1975. After his vocational training as a tailor of ladies’ wear, he completed a two-year fashion course at the School of Art and Design Zurich (HGKZ). He took time out to work in the furniture trade, and then went back to pursue his studies of industrial design at the Zurich University of the Arts, the former HGKZ. On finishing his course in 2003, he worked part-time at the university’s department of industrial design. Since 2006 he has been self-employed in Zurich, working for companies in the furniture industry and for cultural institutions. He has designed furniture and light fittings for clients such as Studio Domo, Cosicome, Mox, Bystronic and Fidea Design. But Andreas also designs exhibitions and stage backdrops, such as his “digital ornament” in the foyer of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich. He has even designed scenery for Schweizer Fernsehen. In academic year 2009 Andreas lectured at Chang Gung University, Taiwan. Since March 2010 he has been a lecturer in the department of object design at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He lives and works in Zurich.
Andeas Saxer
Andeas Saxer
  • Address Rötelstrasse 20, 8006 Zurich | Switzerland

Andreas Saxer was born in Peru in 1975. After his vocational training as a tailor of ladies’ wear, he completed a two-year fashion course at the School of Art and Design Zurich (HGKZ). He took time out to work in the furniture trade, and then went back to pursue his studies of industrial design at the Zurich University of the Arts, the former HGKZ. On finishing his course in 2003, he worked part-time at the university’s department of industrial design. Since 2006 he has been self-employed in Zurich, working for companies in the furniture industry and for cultural institutions. He has designed furniture and light fittings for clients such as Studio Domo, Cosicome, Mox, Bystronic and Fidea Design. But Andreas also designs exhibitions and stage backdrops, such as his “digital ornament” in the foyer of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich. He has even designed scenery for Schweizer Fernsehen. In academic year 2009 Andreas lectured at Chang Gung University, Taiwan. Since March 2010 he has been a lecturer in the department of object design at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He lives and works in Zurich.