Robert Stadler is a Viennese-born designer, sculptor, and exhibition-maker based in Paris. He is interested in playfully obliterating the hierarchies between art and design, using whimsy and humor to enhance our day-to-day interaction with objects and spaces. Stadler is one of the original founders of the Radi Designers group in 1992, an influential collective that produced major commissions for companies such as Air France and Moulinex, and was the subject of an exhibition at Fondation Cartier in 1999. In 2001 Stadler set up his own design studio, and has since exhibited at the Noguchi Museum (NYC), Vitra Design Museum (Weil am Rhein), Museo Franz Mayer (Mexico City), and The Glass House (New Canaan), among many other institutional and commercial spaces. Named MADE São Paulo’s Designer of the Year in 2018, Stadler was later commissioned by Paris La Défense to create a large-scale public furniture installation for the Forme Publique Biennial. Among his most recent projects is the multifunctional K+ Café at the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum in Krefeld, Germany, which serves as an exhibition space, conference room, and bar. Stadler has been the subject of three monographic publications to date.

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