Posted on Friday, January 4, 2013 by Jim Norrena
Industrial Design magazine put an industrial-size spotlight on undergraduate Industrial Design student Charlie Weber in its three-part series that highlights nine accomplished class of 2013 interior design students.
Charlie Weber attributes his interest in design to "being very attuned to successful and not-so-successful design details in the products that I interact with-things that were surprising, aggravating, smart, lust-worthy," he says.
After getting a degree in architecture, working for small firm and then losing that job when the housing bubble burst, Weber said he took a bicycle frame building class and realized, "I wanted to concentrate on designing products," he says.
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