As a freelance textile and product designer, Sabina Brägger searches, finds and searches for unused sources of materials. The origin of the idea of tackling these noble, durable and exclusive materials lies in her training period, during which she learned to know the traditional world of textiles, in particular its disadvantages in terms of manufacturing conditions. .
She always wanted to be a designer, so she sought her own path. When she identified materials that she can support 100%, she began to look at Swiss residual materials and use these supposed wastes for product design. This is how slimy fish skin becomes precious leather and shaggy bison wool becomes cashmere-like yarn. This mixture of old and new, combined with the question of the rational use of resources, is characteristic of both the creative signature of Sabina Brägger and her approach to design.