Following an apprenticeship as a draughtsman, Reto Frigg completed a degree in interior design and product design at the Vocational College for Art and Design in Zurich. After working at a variety of architectural and design companies in Switzerland, he established his own company, Reto Frigg, Architecture and Design, where he is active in the areas of architecture, corporate design and product design.
Mosimann completed a course as a product designer at the Vocational College for Art and Design in Zurich and then spent several years working for Greutmann Bolzern, AG für Gestaltung in Zurich. Since 1995, his Atelier für Gestaltung in Berne has realized projects in the areas of product development, interior design, exhibit design, graphics and signage. Since 2002, Mosimann has also been a guest expert at the Zurich University of the Arts and the Basel School of Design.Benny Mosimann has formed a working group with Martin Birrer for Intertime.
This Weber is a trained mechanic who studied jewellery design and industrial design at the Zurich University of the Arts. After working for a number of industrial designers and product developers, he opened his own atelier in Zurich in 2010. Weber is also a guest lecturer in furniture design at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
Nach dem Architekturstudium an der Technischen Universität München studierte Werner Baumhakl Industrial Design an der renommierten Hochschule für Gestaltung in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Er arbeitete in der Folge für den Designer Wolfgang C.R. Mezger, für Rolf Heide, Innenarchitektur und Design, in Hamburg, als Studioleiter für das Designbüro „wiege“ Wilkhahn in Hannover, und als Mitglied des Leitungsteams bei designaffairs in München. 2003 gründete er das Designbüro oid (office industrial design). Seine Designprojekte sind vielfach international ausgezeichnet. 2002 wurde Werner Baumhakl als Professor und Institutsleiter an die Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW in Basel berufen. Der Designer ist im Vorstand der Swiss Design Association und Mitglied verschiedener Designjurys und -kommissionen. Werner Baumhakl lebt und arbeitet in Basel.
After completing studies as an interior designer at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Basel and a number of internships in Switzerland and abroad, Martin Birrer spent several years at Studio Pignatelli Gestaltungsatelier AG in Zurich as well as at bally design inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Since 1999, his company martinbirrer has conceptualized and realized design projects in interior design, exhibition design and product design. Martin Birrer has formed a working group with Benny Mosimann for Intertime.
After completing an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, Christophe Marchand studied industrial design at the Vocational College for Art and Design in Zurich. He set up his own studio in Zurich in 1993, and since 1997 he has also taught at the University of Art and Design Lausanne (ÉCAL). Marchand develops products for Alias, Embru, Thonet, Steelcase, ICF, Wogg, Team by Wellis and other companies in addition to Intertime.