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Alfredo Häberli

Born in Buenos Aires Alfredo Häberli moved to Switzerland as a teenager in 1977, and where he established his own studio following his graduation in 1991. A regular collaborator with international manufacturers including Alias, Vitra and Moroso, among his better known designs one can include objects such as the Jill chair for Vitra, the Segesta Chair for Alias, or the Moroso lounge chair Take a Line for a Walk. In addition to his furniture design work, Alfredo Häberli also realises exhibition designs and architectural projects.

Designer Alfredo Häberli in his Take a Line for a Walk lounge chair

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Christmas is coming the goose is getting fat... why didn't we think of that. Gift ideas to make yourself courtesy of Jongerius, Häberli, Moormann et al

...Elsewhere in the collection Werner Aisslinger presents bike crossbar panniers made from a heavy duty PVC shopping bag: Sam Hecht offers up a plant pot stand that hides its technical complexity behind a facade of domestic banality; Dave Hakkens introduces us to his his environmentally responsible answer to the Post-it note; Sebastian Herkner shows us how to create a shelving system based around broom handles; Stockholm's Note Design Studio have created a newspaper/magazine rack that owes as much to the clarity of Bauhaus as the forests of Scandinavia; and last but not least Alfredo Häberli has dreamed up a delightful Candelabra for those long winter evenings...

Fuorisalone Milan Design Week 2011 Interview: Eckart Maise, Vitra Chief Design Officer

...Similarly with Alfredo Häberli we've been in contact for a long time, we already worked on one project together that was quite well developed but never completely clicked and so it was stopped... This year we've got Vitra's first plywood seat shell from Alfredo Häberli; we've further developed the HAL range with Jasper Morrison; we have the new lounger by Antionio Citterio - from our perspectiveve finally a real alternative to the Eames Lounge Chair!...

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