Conceives and implements at the crossing of architecture and interaction design.
Favours meaningful goals, low-tech solutions, slow and partipative processes. 

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Conceives and implements conceptual, spatial and interactive interventions. Favours meaningful goals, slow and partipative processes, low-tech solutions.


Public spaces in winter
With Dorian Bürgy and Alexander Forslund

Winteraction is a thought experiment: What if more usable public space was available in winter?The public infrastructure in Switzerland is generally very good: there are parks, public piazzas, bathing infrastructure and much more. But like in many other northern countries, winters are long, cold and humid. If you are looking for non-commercial and free activities on a cold and wet winter day, the offer is limited. Hence the question: Where to go in winter? The efforts of cities to create and maintain quality outdoor spaces should not suddenly stop at the end of autumn. Winteraction strives to imagine solutions to make existing outdoor spaces and infrastructure usable in winter as well as recognise the difficulties met by cities to implement them. This self-initiated project tries to illustrate some ideas and create a demand from the citizens.

The project was developed within 36 hours at a design hackathon - the Designathon - in Zurich. 


Producing 20 life size wooden scultptures with Inigo Gheyselinck

With the campaign "#WOODVETIA - Action for more Swiss wood", the Bafu (Federal Office for the Environment) and the "Swiss Wood Initiative" are drawing attention to the declining demand for Swiss wood over the last few years. To represent the important connection between forests and people, lifelike wooden figures of various Swiss celebrities in recent months.

Under the direction of artist Inigo Gheyselinck, 20 sculptures out of as many different secies were created mixing clay models, chain saw action, 3D scanning and modelling, CNC milling and meticulous craftmanship. 

Many documents can be found online with #woodvetia
Making-of der Holzfigur von Alfred Escher
Making-of der Holzfigur von Gottlieb Duttweiler