Born in 1973, of Luxembourgish nationality she has graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1998. From there she has moved to Milan to learn from the Italian savoir-faire. She has gathered experience at Cassina and in the studios of Italian designers Marco Ferreri and Stefano Giovannoni. After having been the right arm of internationally renowned James Irvine for eight years she sets out on her own in 2007. In her own studio she specializes in furniture, industrial and exhibition design as well as art-direction and teaches at the Istituto Europeo di Design and the Politecnico di Milano. In 2012 she teams up with Italian architect Maddalena Casadei, to found the consultancy Casadei+Weber.
In her work her ambition is to design products which are coherent and essential. Complementary to her devotion to industrial design one of her major interests lies with the dialogue between design and craftsmanship, a passion for materials and the way things are made. In this context in 2008 she founds Gate-08 and in 2010 starts the collaboration with knitwear designer Cécile Feilchenfeldt with whom she develops and produces the lamp collection LUXLUXLUX. Her truly European background leads her to combine Northern essentiality with Mediterranean elegance and craftsmanship.