Drzach&Suchy is an art and design studio based in Zurich, Switzerland, specializing in nature-inspired installations with surprising “aha!”-type features. They mix low-tech observations with high-tech manufacturing processes, and work with a variety of technologies and materials, often pushing them to the limits.
Drzach&Suchy have done commissioned work for numerous customers, including Google Zurich (Switzerland), phaeno science center in Wolfsburg (Germany), Swiss Science Center Technorama, Winterthur (Switzerland), and Exploratorium, San Francisco (USA).
Their works have been featured in the media around the world, various television shows and major design magazines and blogs, including Fast Company, The Creators Project, Gizmodo, Inhabitat, TreeHugger, PSFK, Yanko Design, Technergeia.org, designboom, Core77, and many more (see also drzachsuchy.ch/media). Recently they have won Designer of the Year 2015 Award from i.materialize, and their experimental project "Haiku" has won "Honorable Mention" from Fast Company's Innovation by Design Awards 2016.
architect, works in Zurich
studied at ETH Zurich and at GSD Harvard University
worked in New York, Berlin, Zurich and Basel
combines art and designcreates furniture and portable display spaces.
cryptographer, software engineer works in Zurich
studied at ETH Zurich and at Carnegie Mellon University
worked in Zurich, Pittsburgh PA, and New Brunswick NJ
experiments with holograms and Fourier transforms.