In 1989, Jeff Weber began working for Bill Stumpf in Minneapolis until they formed Stumpf, Weber + Associates in 1999.
Together they continued to produce successful and innovative products such as the Caper and Embody chairs for Herman Miller. They worked together until Bill Stumpf's untimely passing in 2006. Months later, honouring the principles of Bill, Jeff and his colleagues formed Studio Weber + Associates.
Weber works to use his considerable talents to improve the human condition by designing products that enhance people's lives at home and at work.
In the studio, that philosophy means that the design of an object, a building or a service “is the connective tissue between people and the world. The quality of that design really dictates the quality of the user’s experience and thus defines our existence.”