Pete Oyler is a versatile designer whose work explores the intersections of design, craft, contemporary culture, and history. His studio practice emphasizes both traditional and experimental approaches to a wide range of materials and methods of production.

Oyler holds a BA in American Studies from Smith College and an MFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). His work has been exhibited in Chicago, New York, London, Milan, Oslo, and Paris and he has received numerous awards including Forbes’ “30 Under 30 for Art & Design,” the Metropolis “Likes Award for Innovation in Design”, Sight Unseen's “American Design Hot List”, and New City's “Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago”. 

Based in Providence, RI, USA Oyler is an Associate Professor in Furniture Design at RISD where he leads advanced studio courses that explore the contemporary landscape of design, exhibition, and independent design practice.

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