Hanspeter Steiger

Education and work experience as cabinet maker, 1986 - 1993

 

Study at Schule für Gestaltung Interior Design, FH Basel, 1994 - 1996

 

Academic study in furniture design and interior design at the National College of Art and Design Oslo, Norway, 1996 - 1997

 

Study at Danish Designschool Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997 - 2000 with degree diploma

 

Founded Hanspeter Steiger Interiors & Design in Zurich, 2001

 

 

 

Contact

Hanspeter Steiger

Hanspeter Steiger

Interiors & Design

Konradstrasse 18

CH 8005 Zürich

 

+41 (0)43 499 00 44

info@hanspetersteiger.com

 

 

 

INTERIORS

Hanspeter Steiger develops interior designs for several clients, for private residential projects as well as for restaurants and hotels. He is responsible for the project design as well as their execution.

 

Hanspeter Steiger has been a freelance project manager for the following offices:

 

Krucker Partner AG

2013 - 2014 Director of the planning department (Seminar Hotel Kloster Fischingen, Hotel Pestalozzi Lugano, Restaurant La Taverna Zug and Hotel Schwägalp)

 

Gabi Faeh and Lis Mijnssen

2012 - 2013 (Patumbah Park Zurich)

 

Iria Degen Interiors

2004 - 2012 (Show Apartment Hard Turm Park, Restaurant Globus Bahnhofstrasse, Art Gallery Andres Thalmann, Private Bank Zurich, Novartis Basel as well as Private House Evilard)

 

Pia M. Schmid

Architektur & Designbüro, 2002 - 2004 Director of the planning department (Seminar Hotel Kloster Fischingen, Hotel Pestalozzi Lugano, Restaurant La Taverna Zug and Hotel Schwägalp)

 

 

 

 

DESIGN

Hanspeter Steiger's design objects are unpretending but offer refined details. The companies Röthlisberger, Rolf Benz, ClassiCon, Simon & Schelle and Gonge manufacture furniture and lamps from his fine designs. Various publications document Hanspeter Steiger's work, for which he received international distinctions. The chair Torsio was distinguished with the iF Design Award and the children's toy Koala received the German quality label "spiel gut" for a design that helps develop coordination, motor skills, and balance in children.

 

 

 

© Hanspeter Steiger

 

Concept: Jennifer Hauger

Webdesign & programming: Robert Wagner

Photography: Rainer Schär