Alfredo Häberli (1964-) is a Swiss designer of Argentine origins. Born in Buenos Aires, he moved to Switzerland at the age of thirteen and completed his entire studies there until the opening of his own design studio in 1991, where he collaborated until 2000 with his colleague Christoph Marchand. Initially characterized by a playful multi-functionality, over the years his creations have become more streamlined and functional; his style favors elongated lines and a marked vertical development of shapes. His long-lasting collaboration is with Alias, a brand closely linked to the world of Swiss design, but his creations for Moroso and those that have become part of the offer of furniture brands from all over the world have also achieved great success, such as Andreu World, Offecct, Zanotta, Nikari, Luceplan, BD Barcelona Design, Wogg and many more. Häberli has also created objects for the table and for the home, with brands such as Iittala, Georg Jensen and Vitra, as well as some interior projects including that of the popular 25hours Hotel in Zurich.