We are a studio for architecture and urban design and work passionately on a wide range of projects: From private conversions, to public infrastructure buildings, through to urban plans. Our core competence is the design, strategic development and implementation of sustainable and high-quality spaces (→ more)
On January 15, 2019 Michael Wagner will give a lecture at the Münster School of Architecture as part of the lecture series 'Master Lectures 18-19'.
On behalf of Immo RSS and the Rudolf Steiner School Winterthur we are currently working on the design of an extension to the school building.
From 2018 to 2019, Michael Wagner holds the mandatory Urban Design lecture series for the Bachelor's programme in Architecture at ETH Zurich.
To further strengthen our team, we are looking for a motivated architect (60-100%) to work on ambitious projects, execution planning and competitions from September 2018 or by appointment.
You are an open, motivated, reliable and independent person with great architectural interest and commitment. You are familiar with the common drawing, layout, image and word processing programs (Vectorworks, InDesign, Photoshop, Office, etc.) and have a good command of written and spoken German. You communicate independently with entrepreneurs and the authorities.
We offer a diverse and challenging working environment with projects for public and private clients. We promote a self-reliant way of working and open communication and value fair working conditions. We are looking forward to receiving your application with curriculum vitae by email to
We have been commissioned by the municipality of Lichtensteig in Toggenburg to work on an urban development model.
Serena Keller joined our team in July 2018. She studies architecture at the University of Liechtenstein and is also working there as a student assistant at the Institute for Architecture and Spatial Development. Welcome!
The student council of the University of Liechtenstein has nominated Michael Wagner for the Best Teaching Award and the Mentoring Prize, which is awarded by the students to a member of the University for special commitment and dedication for the students. The award ceremony will take place at this year's Dies Academicus on 9 June.
To further strengthen our team, we are looking for a motivated trainee for challenging projects and competitions from July 2018 or by appointment for at least six months.
You are an open, motivated, reliable and independent person with great architectural interest and commitment. You have studied architecture for at least four semesters, have good Vectorworks knowledge, model building experience and good German language skills.
We offer a diverse and challenging work environment with projects for public and private clients that give you the opportunity to gain insight into different project phases. We promote a self-reliant way of working and open communication and value fair working conditions. We are looking forward to receiving your portfolio with CV (max. 10 MB) by email to