Patrick Weder’s work marries streamlined architectural elegance with sculptural refinement that integrate seamlessly within residential and commercial spaces. Inspired by naturally occurring forms and pushing raw materials beyond the practical application, Weder created the combinations of corian and wood in 2001 and continues to refine this pairing with concrete. Originally from Switzerland, Weder moved to New York in 1994 to pursue art and design. After numerous exhibitions and high-end architectural projects, his experience working with a diverse set of materials—such as steel, resin, stone, wire, sand, and paper—led him to begin his own business creating primarily site-specific handmade furniture, functional objects, and light sculpture such as the PW honeycombs. Weder’s background in art, design and architecture helped him develop a brilliant sense of spatial relationships and the ability to design and execute a perfect fit for unique and exacting spaces. He has completed numerous interiors for clients and collectors in the United States and Europe.
Weder was selected to exhibit in the Makers Market at Socrates Sculpture Center and was awarded for his sculpture at Longhouse Planters On & Off. His work has been features in publication such as Interior Design Magazine and Elle Décor. Weder is currently working on Light art installations and continues to exhibit his unique pieces at the Architectural Digest, West Edge Design Fair and ICFF.