Artist: Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg

  • Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin have been working as a team since 1980. For twenty years their studio was in Switzerland, then in 2001 they moved to Paris. In 2015 they moved to rural Wales, with a view over the hills; a third act in a long nomadic journey.

  • Public Collections 

    Alexander Tutsek Stiftung, München; American Craft Museum, New York; Berner Design Stiftung; Carnegie Museum of Art, PA; Chrysler Museum; Norfolk VA; Corning Museum of Glass, Corning; Denver Art Museum; Die Neue Sammlung, München; Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv; Ernsting Stiftung Alter Hof, Coesfeld-Lette; Fond Cantonal de Beaux Arts, Lausanne; Fond Cantonal de Décoration, Genève; Gewerbemuseum Winterthur; Glasmuseum Ebeltoft; Glasmuseum Hentrich, Kunstpalast Düsseldorf; Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo;; Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA; IMA, Indianapolis Museum of Art;; Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg; Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile Alabama; Mudac, Lausanne; Musée Ariana, Genève; Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris; Musée du Verre, Sars Poteries; Museo del vetro Murano; Museum Bellerive, Zürich; Museum für Kunsthandwerk Berlin; Museum für Kunsthandwerk, Hamburg; Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MA; Palm Springs Art Museum; Swiss National Collection of Applied Art; The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH; Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine ,WI

  • Awards and Distinctions

    Grand Prix des Arts Appliqués, Lausanne;  Federal  Commission for Applied Arts;  Ikea Foundation;  Bavarian State Prize; Commission for Applied Art, Canton of Bern; National Endowment of the Arts; Design-Center Stuttgart; New Glass Review (6);  International Year Book, Design Selections (9).

  • Over the last thirty years Baldwin & Guggisberg’s work has been shown in more than 165 exhibitions worldwide