Romano Hänni X ZigZagZurich

Signs & Symbols 
Romano Hänni is a Swiss artist and typographer, experimenting with unusual composition of symbols since 1980s. The bedding "Words make the infinite finite" is the textile translation of Hänni's book hand printed in black, red and blue ink. Romano Hänni can be considered a master of visual poetry. Although language can be explanatory, he believes that only signs and symbols evoke notions. Without signs or symbols, even the most modern of world views becomes impoverished. 
"Words make the infinite finite" bedding by Romano Hänni
Production process of the book "Words make the infinite finite": from the first hand sketch to the hand composing of the printing forms in lead and brass lines to the printing on the hand proofing press.

Roland Schär X ZigZagZurich

Roland Schär
Rhythms, Colours and Textures
Roland Schär is a visual artist and designer born in Zurich, Switzerland. He studied art history in Zurich and Paris and painting in Toulouse, France. His work has been shown in many exhibitions in Europe and Asia. Since 2007 he teaches graphics and textile design at the National School of Decorative Arts (ENSAD) in Paris, where he is also Head of the textile department since 2012. Schär's work shows the reminiscence of landscapes seen and materials observed: rythms, colors and textures are combined in a game of proportions. The shapes of the colours meet and connect from side to side of the fabric in a free and spontaneous painting movement. 
Panoramas bedding by Roland Schär
PANORAMAS bedding by Roland Schär
Strokes bedding by Roland Schär
STROKES bedding by Roland Schär
Waves bedding by Roland Schär
WAVES bedding by Roland Schär
Roland Schär studio

Artist Wool Blankets Collection FW 18/19

The new ZigZagZurich Artist Wool Blankets Collection adds an exciting new roaster of artists from around the globe. From the experimental work of Mexico based artist Daniel Barreto to the Swiss works of Michele Rondelli and Sophie Probst. The new Collection is inspired by art & graphics - from Pop Art to Bauhaus, spray paint effects, clear and bold stripes and geometric overlapping. The new "twisted yarns" give a unique melange effect.

Sol Entre Ondas by Daniel Barreto

Gunta by Sophie Probst & Michele Rondelli 

Ombre by Michele Rondelli

Heroes by Michele Rondelli 

A faux pas by Sophie Probst

Checkmate by Michele Rondelli 

A melange by Michele Rondelli 

Bauhaused 3 by Michele Rondelli 

Bauhaused 4 by Michele Rondelli 

Design Milk

Architectural Digest - Clever





Summer 2018 Artist Bedding Collection


"The 1973 Print" by Amelia Graham

Textile designer Amelia Graham lives in London with her husband and two small sons. Her work crosses the fields of fashion, art, and interiors and shows her deep interest in geometrics and arithmetic that led to the launch of her label in 2014. A graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design, her prints now grace the catwalks of ready-to-wear designers and high street fashion labels and adorn the interiors of boutique hotels and private clients. Free and measured rhythms, nods to brutalist architecture, African textiles and post-modernism, encapsulated in signature prints on fabric, cushions, scarves and now new also on bedding for ZigZagZurich.

"Venn" by Sarah Parke & Mark Barrow

Mark Barrow & Sarah Parke first collaborated in 2008 with a painting exhibited in Barrow's first solo exhibition at White Columns in New York. Parke then began weaving the fabric for all of Barrow's subsequent paintings. As the textiles became increasingly complex and as weaving's logic became the conceptual framework that linked their diverse interests, it became harder to differentiate where one or the other's ideas began or ended. They live and work in Queens, New York. "Venn" is a translation of their artistic method into digital printing. Only magenta, yellow and blue were used in print. Depending on the placement of the dots stunning optical color mixtures are created.

"Monday" by Sarah Parke & Mark Barrow

"Interferences" by Laura Knoops

Laura Knoops is a French-Belgian designer, working and experimenting in all visual areas, mainly graphic design and video. She pushes the boundaries of visual fields by mixing techniques and mediums. Graduated in 2012 with a degree in Graphic design at the ESAAT (Roubaix, FR), she studied at the ESAA Duperré and the ESAIG Estienne in Paris. After a semester abroad in Fashion and branding at the AMFI in Amsterdam, she got her graphic education and training in Berlin within the wonderful studio BANK™. 


The new ZigZagZurich 2018 Cotton Towels and Blankets Collection adds an exciting new roster of artists from around the globe. From the dynamic work of NYC based artists Liz Collins, Harry Allen, Sarah Parke and Mark Barrow to the Swiss dream team of Moiré.

The new Collection is inspired by art and graphics – from Pop Art to Bauhaus movement, spray paint effects, clear & bold stripes and geometric overlapping. The shapes and the colours of the collection express the power of creativity with no limits, translated into textiles. ZigZagZurich creates art, for home and around, to live.

ZigZagZurich collaborates with artists and designers, both established and new, on unique collections transformed into textiles under the direction of creative director Michele Rondelli and the founders of ZigZagZurich.

Our next roster of artists in addition to our existing roster of talents includes:

Sarah Parke & Mark Barrow are New York based artists. With backgrounds in textiles and painting, their work manifests in a number of forms and has been widely exhibited in galleries and institutions in the US and Europe. Some of the art pieces are created by staining plain linen, which is then dethreaded and rewoven into two paintings (one wrap-derived; the other weft-derived) with completely new patterns.

"Unafraid" by Sarah Parke & Mark Borrow

Harry Allen (born 1964) is an American industrial and interior designer. Originally from New Jersey, Allen attended Alfred University and later Pratt Institute, where he received a master’s degree in Industrial Design. In 1993, he founded Harry Allen Design, located in New York City’s East Village. Allen has designed furniture, lighting, products and interiors for a variety of international clients. Notable designs include the interior of the design store Moss, the Reality line for Areaware, including the Bank in the Form of a Pig and the bottle for Marc Jacob’s Bang perfume. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

"Bellevue NYC" by Harry Allen 

Moiré is a Zurich based Graphic Design Studio founded in 2000 by Marc Kappeler, Simon Trüb and Dominik Huber. They work in the fields of editorial design, visual identity and type design. For the last few years Moiré was designing various projects for museums, architects and magazines from London to Moscow. Moiré has won several awards and gets frequently recognized in various area such as medias and exhibitions. Some of Moiré typefaces are published by GrilliType.

"Join Me" by Moiré

Michele Rondelli is a Swiss born interior architect educated in Switzerland and in Paris, France. He then worked for major architectural and design companies in the U.S. and Asia. His tasteful design approach and unique sense for Zeitgeist can be found in many international private projects but also in the public segment. Since 2015 he was appointed as the Creative Director for ZigZagZurich and 4Spaces, two innovative and leading textile brands headquartered in Zurich Switzerland.

"X Marks the Spot" by Michele Rondelli 

Sophie Probst, a recent graduate from the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Art, has a long-standing fascination with traditional weaving and drawing, mixed with modern pattern design and coloration work. Her designs are a celebration of colour and freedom, with intricate detail that covers broad spectrums of interest. Her travels in Asia and Europe have inspired her work to mix cultures.

"Modernista" by Michele Rondelli & Sophie Probst 

Liz Collins is an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. Employing a range of natural to synthetic materials, incorporating vivid colours, dynamic patterns, emphasizing textures and inventive structures, Collins enjoys pushing the limits and doing the unexpected across the spectrum of textile media. Her artworks surround the viewer in vibrating colour fields to explore the boundaries between painting, fiber arts and installation. The cacophonic play of optics, texture, colour and scale, recreates her wavering experience of the world as a place of stupendous wonder and cosmic energy.

"Bang!" by Liz Collins


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