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coulisse Holland Enter - textile design Claudia Caviezel print

Window-blinds and Curtains – I was invited to design for Coulisse
– it had to be blue….

Take a look, some details out of the collection.  www.coulisse.nl


First international Design Triennial at Beijing National Museum, Wallpaper Claudia Caviezel

My wallpaper for the BIDT - First international Design Triennial in Beijing - was a popular Photospot for so many Chinese, .... 

The exhibition Good Guys is curated by Holzer Kobler Architekten and Martin Heller, and the wallpaper was produced and sponsored by Jakob Schlaepfer.


M wallpaper was a welcome photospot for so many Chinese at the National Museum in Beijing. The photos have been taken within 15 minutes!! CRAZY!



National Museum Beijing, wallpaper, Inkjet, China

BIDT -- First international Design Triennial in Beijing

GOOD GUYS - curated by Holzer Kobler Architekten and Martin Heller

Soundtrack from the movie "In the mood for love"花樣年華, Fa yeung nin wa
unter Regie von Wong Kar-Wai

Exhibition-setup at the National Museum in Peking // helping out with the chinese letters - together with Qiu!

The first Beijing International Design Triennial will be held in China National
Museum which is located on the east side of Tian’anmen Square from Sep
28, 2011 to Oct 17, 20ll. The exhibition venue is constituted by five halls
and covers 6000 square meters altogether. The Triennial will take the form of
theme exhibition, under the general theme “Good Design”, five exhibitions of

some impressions from the exhibition and the city - just got back, and I really enjoyed my time in BEIJING!!



Claudia Caviezel in Beijing Design Triennial 2011

caviezel.cc attending the 

Opening september 28 !! at the national museum - see you there!


l'Hebdo été 2011 - special design / un hors-série de l'Hebdo

l'Hebdo été 2011 - special design / un hors-série de l'Hebdo


IF communication design award 2011 / architecture Daniela Saxer

The Business class panorama loung at the airport in Zürich,
where I developed the illuminated roomdividers in collaboration with the architect Daniela Saxer, wins the

IF communication design award 2011!!!

more about the project >>> click here interiors / caviezel.cc


St. Gall textile Museum, wallpaper and carpets 2011

ST. GALL textile museum
design of carpet and wallpaper, 2011

Inspired by the embroidery of many centuries I designed a carpet and matching wallpaper for an exhibition at the textile museum in St. Gallen. In cooperation with Bernhard Duss and Martin Leuthold, the curators of the Exhibition. some impressions and the link to the exhibition.

The printed carpet-design ca. 11 x 12 meters!

Above you see the lounge room where visitors can also buy scarves I developed in the same aesthetics.(pictures below)...





In another room you can see a carpet where I played with different light situations and the idea of antique tapisserie. The size of the printed carpet is 15 x 4 m.













And for the sponsoring bank of the exhibition there I made a carpet, too:  26 x 4 meters.


Köln Möbelmesse IMM 2011 Tapete Trendforum Interiors

imm Cologne 2011
wallpaper for interior Trend space, 2011

For the company Jakob Schlaepfer I designed this wallpaper. It was exhibited at the Interior Trend Show at the imm in Cologne for color and pattern ideas for the future. Printed on fabric and coated with a special holofoil it has special effects according to the light situation. We had great response on this print, and many followed.


hochparterre swiss business lounge design blindes tape it claudia caviezel

NR. 10 / OKTOBER 2010 




swiss business lounge tape it, claudia caviezel, interior

AIRPORT Zürich / business lounge

Starting with the BLINDES idea, I already used in my textile design diploma 2002 tape it; I developed a series of patterns for room dividers and walls in the Business class Lounge of Swissport International Ltd. at Airport Zurich in the New Terminal Dock Midfield. 

I worked with the same technique: 3 cm wide stripes of foil layered differently to compose a variation of patters. The complex picture is put together with four to five layers of patterns combined in different angles and densities. Stuck on the backside of a glass window, and illuminated with LED panels. The layered material creates new shapes and gives the pattern a depth.

It was collaboration with the Architect Daniela Saxer
Setup with Simone Häcki

Check out the PANORAMA LOUNGE online! CLICK

The Business lounge awarded and named as "Regional Winner of Europe"OUT OF MORE THAN 600 Lounges!!!!


A video of the setup and production of the BRANDING_WALL:



The BRANDING-WALL, 5 Layers (150 x 380 cm) with Logo of the customer.



The INTERNET TABLE, 4 Layers (180 x 220 cm) directly stuck on the glass, and illuminated with daylight, so the pattern changes its aspects, according to the light situation.



The 4 ROOM DIVIDERS, each 4 Layers (150 x 280 cm)


A snapshot of the Panorama Lounge, ... . The illuminated patterns are hard to catch on a photo, ...

The branding wall at the entrance above, and one of the 4 room dividers on the photo beneath



WGSN trend forecast textile design pattern digital print jakob schlaepfer claudia caviezel floral flowers

posted my floral digital prints in their INTERIOR TREND ANALYSIS!! The Prints that I designed for Jakob Schlaepfer. 

Next to Matthew Williamson, Erdem, Alexander McQueen... take a glimpse:

and I just found out, that the COLLEZIONI Interiors Magazin CLOSE UP had my prints I did for Jakob Schlaepfer in their number 1, too!


swissport daniela saxer raumb swiss businesslounge architecture patterns design textile caviezel claudia

The Business lounge at the Zürich Airport in Dock Midfield I have contributed the patterns for the branding wall and room dividers, has been awarded and named as "Regional Winner of Europe"! OUT OF MORE THAN 600 Lounges!!
It was a collaboration with Daniela Saxer from RAUM B.

check out the PANORAMA LOUNGE online


Claudia Caviezel, textile design, swiss business lounge airport zürich

SWISS November 2009

Starting with the BLINDES idea, I already used in my textile design diploma 2002 tape it; I developed a series of patterns for room dividers and walls in the Business class Lounge of Swissport International Ltd. at Airport Zurich in the New Terminal Dock Midfield. 

It was collaboration with the Architect Daniela Saxer
Setup with Simone Häcki


A video of the setup and production of the BRANDING_WALL:

BLINDES from claudia Caviezel on Vimeo.

BLINDES from claudia Caviezel on Vimeo.




tape it     selection of diploma textile design, 2002 

Domino effects or chain reactions have been the method to create an inspiring collection, a fund of ideas with drafts, cloths, pictures, clothes, accessories and interiors presented in their various stages of development.
The adhesive tape marks my diploma collection.

I developed a new technique to make clothes seamless and reversible by using several different adhesive textile tapes.


Plissée Object used as scarf or photo-montage for fashion ideas: accessory 40 x 60 cm silkscreen on cotton, pleated with painter's masking tape


Part of the diploma collection were also paintings: acrylic- and spray-paint on wood, each 25 x 47 cm


Waistcoat Jacket Matador embroidery on wool ground fabric stuck together with adhesive textile tape in different colours / reversible wearable --/*/--Skirt and Lace-ups Ragusas textile tape make the pleats of the skirt, which all its painted yellow with acrylic paint, which gives it a stiff touch. The Lace-ups are put together with textile adhesive tape and green leather bands, the bottom are several layers of tape stuck together. --/*/-- Skirt Wendelin Silkscreen on neoprene stuck together with tape / reversible wearable


Going into SPACE / pumpkin tendrils

Skirt / cape ø 130 cm - Silkscreen print and spray-paint on former circular tablecloth, a green leather cord is holding the fabric on the hips. The same displayed onto the wall of a living room.



Blinds / tape it 2002 and Lucky Loft Gallery Hamburg 2006

Beige painter's masking tape stuck directly on the window. The several layers change the aspect and the effect of the pattern according to the changing of the light situation outside and inside the room. In sunshine, the shadow is displayed all over the room and creates a nice atmosphere.

I like it, because everybody can do it, it is cheap and effective! I want to animate people to improvise in their everyday environment, and be creative themselves, .... this is one way.

My idea to create patterns with simple painters masking tape on the windows was published in the first edition of 'Patterns in Design, Art and Architecture'.

(for more see link > press)


The same idea used with coloured paper- and textile tapes. Stuck together on both sides, used as a room divider or curtain, also changing its colour and pattern according to the light conditions.


Pages out of my sketch- and scrapbook during that time:



 Digital textile prints selection

Some sketches, drawings, photos and printed fabrics I designed during my work as a textile designer for 
Jakob Schlaepfer in St.Gallen, Switzerland.                 

Designed for Jakob Schlaepfer and in the Prêt-à-porter / spring 2009 collection ofAKRIS ♦ First prints below: Photogram layered in three colour versions on chiffon and sequins 

maybe you want to watch the show on
YOUTUBE! first print of mine at minute 1:13 !


Vivienne Westwood >> Prêt-à-porter / fall 2009

iridescent Polyester

Taking pictures at the Natural Museum in St. Gallen and playing with the colours and Photoshop lead to this animal print I created during my work at Jakob Schlaepfer, and which was bought by Vivienne Westwood for a coat, a full dress and a skirt!

see the show with PAMELA ANDERSON and my dress: Time: 0:33 //1:09 ________________________________________________________________________________________

Vivienne Westwood >> Prêt-à-porter / winter 2008/09

A simple colour degrade digital print on iridescent Polyester designed for Jakob Schlaepfer


Ben de Lisi >> Prêt-à-porter summer 2007

Digital print on Chiffon 140 x 140 / designed for Jakob Schlaepfer, in the summer collection 2007 of Ben de Lisi.

Often I find inspiration in photographs I take during my travelling. Either I use colours, shapes or the combination of them, to create a new design for printing. The picture below was taken in Istanbul in February 2009.


Ecoline-paintings constructed to a repeated textile print (140 x 100 cm). Drawings and paintingsof all sorts of things, and in different techniques are often the start for a new composition put together in Photoshop or Illustrator.

Designed for Jakob Schlaepfer 2007

The same technique but in other scale, shape and colour are in the first Decor collection of Jakob Schlaepfer. Printed on different ground fabrics.


Gianni Cagliano and Georges Hobeika  >> collections Haute Couture summer 2008

This colourful flower/tile design I originally made for the initial decor collection of Jakob Schlaepfer, was also used by the two designers Gianni Cagliano and Georges Hobeika in their collection.

On the occasion of the twelfth Designers’ Saturday in Langenthal the bistro of the Ruckstuhl carpet factory was enhanced with the same pattern I designed.

Fashion-Interiors-Wallpaper, Cars and Free Download of Pattern for Screensaver here!


Flower inspiration for this print in photos, drawings and Paintings: Pfingstrose / Acrylic- and Spray-paint on wood 


Another flower digital print on a heavy Lurex ground material also designed for Jakob Schlaepfer, and used by Vivienne Westwood in the Prêt-à-porter collection winter 2008/2009



Jakob Schlaepfer Decor Collection 2008

For the first Decor collection of Jakob Schlaepfer I also designed this print with plates and flowers on it. Printed on a heavy Lurex fabric, the silver threats shine gives it the heavy luxury and elegant touch.

Looking for motives in my kitchen-cupboard and finding inspiration in Martin Leuthold's(Creative Director Jakob Schlaepfer) wonderful Flower garden! 

The photo of the two prints where on the cover for Magazine "Metropolitan Home".


Oaxaca digital prints for Swiss Design Price 2007

Design below, 140 x 140 cm printed on chiffon and partly decorated with black coco pearls, for Jakob Schlaepfer and for the exhibition at the MUDAC in Lausanne, of the Swiss Design award 2007.

The print consists of handmade drawings brought together with Photoshop. Different layers of colours, sizes and pictures are composed to a print design for fashion. The combination with parts of photography I took during my travel in Mexico 2006 are different in size, and interesting to use in a dress and mark accents!


Silkscreen-prints on a light cotton material, in four different colour variations I did for Jakob Schlaepfer in 2006.


Some Print designs I did during my work at Jakob Schlaepfer in Newspapers and on Magazines! (a selection)



In the newspaper LE MONDE was written, Karl Lagerfeld's dress made out of my textile design for Jakob Schlaepfer: "Ce été, ce sera le must absolu: la robe imprimée insprée des tableaux impressionistes......Merci!

My first digital print I did for Jakob Schlaepfer was on the cover of the Lebanese Magazine Prestige





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