Osofor, Jewellery, 2017

Osofor wanted to make a jewellery collection with lab grown diamonds. Lab grown diamonds have exactly the same properties and qualities as natural diamonds, but have as an immense advantage to not be disastrous for the humans and the planet. The size and the cut of diamonds was not something that could be changed, so I became interested in finding new interesting ways to encapsulate and frame the diamonds. The fact that diamonds can now be made industrially inspired me to make a jewellery collection using industrial metal processes, coils, swaging tubes, stamping, sheet forming, all informed the collection’s shapes.

Jewellery Concepts, Commision, Osofor

Untitled 100B Corner Light Up The Living Platform Allalu shelving, Furniture, 2016 All Alu Langewolle Boyfriend Hook Are You Satisfied Osofor AA Adidas by Tom Dixon HB Hermès Bench Bucket Research Migros Value Circular Seb Cooker Swiss Air Toy Project, Ecal, 2011 Swiss Air Toy Plank

The studio is dedicated to create visually appealing yet technically innovative designs. Projects are based on a keen interest for new materials and techniques available for industrial production as well as a playful approach to deconstructing, displacing and re-contextualise components and visual codes found in the everyday. The studio offers services in the fields of product, furniture, fashion accessories and exhibition design.

Alexandra Gerber (b.1987) is a Swiss-French designer who established her own practice in London in 2016, alongside pursuing freelance-based projects for external clients.

After obtaining a Master Degree in Product Design from Ecal in Lausanne and a Bachelor Degree from the Esad School of Art & Design in Strasbourg, she worked for four years as a Special Project Designer for Tom Dixon for whom she was leading large scale brand partnership projects among which she worked on three collections of accessories for Adidas and a furniture program for Ikea which won a red dot award in 2018. Previously she has worked for Studio Nitzan Cohen, Atelier Pierre Charpin and the fashion label Bless Gmbh.

She contributed to international shows such as U-Joints in for the Salone del Mobile in Milan (2018) and Design Miami/Art Basel (2018) and was finalist 2 times in the Swiss Design Award (2012 and 2018) and at the Design Parade Festival (in 2009). 

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Alexandra Gerber Studio 
Studio 0.3, Grosvenor Works
Grosvenor Way
E5 9NE London




Design Switzerland Matchbox: Industry Connect

Launched within the frame of Pro Helvetia’s Bridges to the Future call, eight emerging design studios were selected and benefitted from a tailormade support to adapt to the current online presence necessity. Design Switzerland Matchbox: Industry Connect was developed in partnership with Medelhan – the Salone del Mobile spinoff and leading business design network, working among others with Kartell, Devon&Devon or Cappellini. The objectives of this new measure is to offer alternatives so that young studios can develop their international network and refine their pitching skills. The format of this initiative is unique for its anchoring in the market and its close connection to its key players.

(link to Medelhan feature and video) Video courtesy of the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia

Stylepark Magazin, April 2021

‘ Reflective and discerning – Four young designers we want to see, read and hear more of in the future.’ – an article written by Adeline Seidel 

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Die zündende Idee, Wohnrevue, July 2021

 Das reduzierte Licht der London Designerin spielt mit Zwischenraumen und setzt dabei leere Ecke neu in Szene. – abstract from the article written by Rik Bovens for Wohnrevue Magazin about the corner light designed for 'Die zündende Idee'. A project initiated collaboratively between Okro gallery, Schätti Leuchten and Wohnrevue magazine, invinting ten female designers to make a prototype from the same flexible LED kit provided by Schätti Leuchten.

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1017 ALYX 9SM, Matthew William, Mirror World, Another Man, Issue 30

"This is the latest excursion of Alyx, into industrial design. Backstage at the show was a beauty station, designed in collaboration with hair dresser Gary Gill. This station's design will be open-source with standard parts that are easily available around the world. It's a mirror world Matt Williams hopes all industry will adopt."

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1017 ALYX 9SM x Gary Gill x OK-RM x Alexandra Gerber Studio, Men Fashion Week Paris 2020

New hair and make-up cases prototypes that will be used in the backstages of the 1017 ALYX 9SM catwalk for the Paris Men Fashion Week. The project has been developed in collaboration with the famous british hair dresser Gary Gill and OKRM design studio. More details in projects...