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Kalkbreite as a place of knowledge transfer

Date: 04.06.2015/18- o'clock
Meeting point: Schauraum B c/o Blaser Architekten AG, Austrasse 24, CH-4051 Basel
Meeting point:
Pascal Müller
Pascal Müller

Pascal Müller


Pascal Müller, born 1971 in Billens (FR), grew up in Bern. 1991 -1997 Studied architecture and graduated from ETH Zurich. Worked for Studio Libeskind Berlin, A. McGabhann Architects Ireland and Gigon Guyer Architekten Zurich, among others. 2001 Foundation of the architectural bureau Müller Sigrist Architekten together with Peter Sigrist. The bureau, which currently has 30 employees, is now managed by Pascal Müller together with Samuel Thoma. 2010 - 2012 Visiting professor at the Bern University of Applied Sciences Architecture, Wood and Construction. Various guest critiques and jury activities in Switzerland and abroad. Müller Sigrist Architekten designed the Kalkbreite residential and commercial development in Zurich for the Kalkbreite cooperative. The result is a mix of flats grouped together in clusters, communal areas - including a residents' library - catering, retail and service spaces. The entire estate is geared towards encounters and dialogue between the residents.