Christophe Marchand

Christophe Marchand Design

Christophe Marchand, born in 1965, is a designer, an industrial designer, an author, a teacher and a juror. He lectures at the École cantonale de Lausanne and is a guest professor at Berlin University of the Arts. His Zurich-based studio realises projects in the two- and three-dimensional field, with emphasis on “the design, development and the realisation of articles for everyday use.” Among the works of Christophe Marchand is also the exhibition design of the Museum of Design in Zurich. The focus of his interest is anonymous design, the production processes and the potential of materials. In a productive dialogue with the manufacturer he
develops tangible product strategies that also reflect a careful study of design theories.



Marchand chair, Embru, 2005

Publications: “Transfer, erkennen und bewirken”, Co-author, Lars Müller Verlag, 1999; Designreport 1/2002; form 2/2003; Lounge 5-6/2003.

Awards: Leistungspreis der Schule für Gestaltung Zürich 1997; Design Preis Schweiz 1997 (Recognition); red dot design award 1998, 2003 (red dot: best of the best); if design award 1998 (Best of Category); Internationaler Wettbewerb Ladenbau Fogal 2000 (Winner); Möbel des Jahres, Raum und Wohnen, 2002 (3rd Prize), 2004 (2nd Prize); Best of NeoCon 2003 (Most Innovative Chair); ADEX Award for Design Excellence 2003 (Silver, Category “Contract Furniture”); Janus de l’Industrie 2004; L’Observeur du
design 2006.

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