Every country produces exceptional designers while some countries offer particular approaches to design with renowned craftsmanship and special materials. As part of our applied design series, we look at a selection of works of Swiss designers spanning a range of topics within the spectrum of minimalism.
Communication through objective simplicity was and perhaps still is a guiding principle of Swiss Design. The goal being clarity, order, and a universally understood visual language. Remove all that is unnecessary and emphasise only the necessary.
To create architecture is to put in order. Put what in order? Function and objects.
– Le Corbusier