He was born in Vienna but he has studied in London, and collaborated with Armani, Iceberg, and Fay. He has her own line of tableware and signs high-quality design projects.
Arthur Arbesser, born in 1983, is what you might call a versatile creative spirit. Vienna-born and raised, he has lived and worked in Milan for 12 years, but he spent extended periods in London, where he graduated from Central Saint Martins, the prestigious British university of the arts.
During Milan Design Week, Arthur Arbesser was involved in two projects this year. The first was with two collections of textile floor coverings for the new brand Radici, presented at the Salone del Mobile.Milano: Tartan Doodles, inspired by the famous Scottish pattern but reimagined with “doodles,” and Sponge, a kind of black and white checkered pattern with a sponge-like effect. The second project involved an exhibition at Galleria Oxilia, showcasing a reissue of the Pemo chair that the designer presented last year at Triennale Milano with Abet Laminati. This time, the chair was presented with stripes in nine different color variations, with only two pieces produced for each color.