Studio Seitz

Studio Seitz

Seitz is a New York-based design studio—driven by the past, refined for today. Along with their lineage of Swiss makers, the studio seeks to revitalize art forms that are quickly fading away. The passion and care from their family of craftsmen instills the honesty that cannot be replicated in mass manufacturing. It's this commitment that allows for the preservation and modern interpretation of functional and heirloom furniture—built to last.
Upholding the reputation of Swiss craftsmanship, Studio Seitz calls upon traditional techniques to create pieces of a distinctive, modern simplicity. Balancing form and function, the objects please with both their performance and appearance, from a sleek wooden dresser to a stoneware dog bowl.

Kommode

This solid ash dresser is an expression of modernizing traditional forms found in classic Swiss Alpine furniture. Brass pulls, ornamented through metal stamping, adorn each drawer.

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Stabellenbank

The Stabellenbank, or stable bench, is a modern interpretation of a Swiss classic––widely found in homes, farms and taverns. It is held together by four hand-turned legs and strong joinery, made from solid ash.

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Pendant Light

Layers of concentric glass shades make up this airy pendant light. Each shade is lightly frosted and individually cut with heritage Swiss patterns—allowing for reflective shadow play.

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Limen Teapot

Limen is a handcrafted heirloom teapot—nuanced by the centuries-old tradition 
of Swiss folk ceramics in Berneck.
 It can be tilted to the upright
 position to signify a polite way
 to ask for a refill.

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Napfständer

The Napfständer is a raised feeder for the family hound—incorporating an aluminum tray with a recycled cork insert to hold each bowl in place. The tray slides into a base that adjusts to three heights.

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Seitz is a New York-based design studio—driven by the past, refined for today. Along with their lineage of Swiss makers, the studio seeks to revitalize art forms that are quickly fading away. The passion and care from their family of craftsmen instills the honesty that cannot be replicated in mass manufacturing. It’s this commitment that allows for the preservation and modern interpretation of functional and heirloom furniture—built to last.