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Wexler Gallery

Patrick Weder

  • Kavrn Console, 2021
    Polished concrete, American Walnut
    33 × 100 × 24 in
  • Kavrn Console, 2021
    Polished concrete, American Walnut
    33 × 100 × 24 in
  • Kavrn Stools, 2021
    Polished concrete, amber onyx, upholstery
    L to R: 18 x 20 x 29 in (top 15 x 14 in)
    18 x 24 x 16 in (top 13 x 11 in)
    18 x 23 x 20 in (top 16 x 10 in)
  • Kavrn Side Table / Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete, amber onyx
    18 x 20 x 29 in (top 15 x 14 in)
  • Kavrn Side Table / Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete, amber onyx
    18 x 28 x 26 in (top 18 x 12.5 in)
  • Kavrn Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete, upholstery
    18 x 24 x 16 in (top 13 x 11 in)
  • Kavrn Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete,, upholstery
    18 x 23 x 20 in (top 16 x 10 in)
  • Kavrn Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete, upholstery
    18 x 21 x 21 in (top 12 x 12 in)
  • Kavrn Stool, 2021
    Polished concrete, upholstery
    18 x 17 x 17 in (top 13 x 12 in)

Patrick Weder’s work can be best described as a blend of streamlined architectural elegance with loose instinctual sculptural refinement. Inspired by naturally occurring forms and by pushing raw materials beyond their practical application, Patrick consistently challenges the traditional boundaries of functional design. Not only through developing original techniques sculpting in concrete, but also by juxtaposing his organic forms and sculpted concrete elements with his signature minimal Swiss craftsmanship.

Patrick Weder was born in Zurich, Switzerland, and moved to New York in the 1990s to pursue a career in fine art and sculpture. Following several successful architectural project commissions and exhibitions, Weder launched his own venture, Patrick Weder Design, in 2004 to solely focus on producing elegant and functional design objects.