Dunja Weber graduates as an Industrial Designer in 1998 from Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. In the same year she wins with her product «Sitting Bull» an internship with Cassina in Meda, since then she has transfered to Milan where she lives and works to this day.
In Milan she collaborates initially with industrial designers Marco Ferreri and Stefano Giovannoni before becoming the right arm of James Irvine for 8 years. In 2007 she eventually sets up her own studio in Milan, working in the fields of furniture, industrial and exhibition design as well as art-direction. She also teaches design at the Politecnico di Milano and the Istituto Europeo di Design. In 2012 she teams up with Italian architect Maddalena Casadei, together they found Casadei+Weber. Among their clients Maxdesign, Lago, Sampietro, Cerruti-Baleri, PCMdesign. SKE, Kettal, Triconfort. In completion to her passion for industrial design, one of her major interests lies in the dialogue between design and craftsmanship. In this context in 2008 she founds Gate-08 and in 2010 starts the collaboration with knitwear designer Cécile Feilchenfeldt with whom she designed and produces the lamp collection LUXLUXLUX.