Kuhn Rikon Head Designer Relocates to U.S.

Beyeler,PhilippPhilipp Beyeler

NOVATO, Calif.-Philipp Beyeler, Kuhn Rikon's chief industrial designer, has relocated from Switzerland to the United States.

Beyeler has worked at Kuhn Rikon as an industrial designer for nine years, and has been the head of the industrial design team for seven years. Due to the importance of the United States' market, the company said, Beyeler has moved to Novato, California to work at Kuhn Rikon's U.S. headquarters. Continuing his position as chief industrial designer, Beyeler is responsible for the company's product development.

"Our industrial design team's mission is to make the ordinary extraordinary by using color, imagination and ingenuity. We've totally reinvented kitchen essentials like can openers and cutlery, and we're a world leader in energy-saving cookware. We're passionate about design, and it really shows," Beyeler said.

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