Christian Mueller Inderbitzin

Christian Mueller Inderbitzin, born in 1977, studied architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) from 1997 to 2004. He graduated under Jacques Herzog und Pierre de Meuron with a free diploma, receiving the SIA Architecture Prize and the ETH Medal for Outstanding Diploma Work. He subsequently worked for a short period as a project leader in the firm of Meili, Peter Architekten in Zurich. After leaving, he founded his own architecture office together with Elli Mosayebi and Ron Edelaar in Zurich. In this young company, they were able to realize a number of smaller projects, such as the recently published Gardener’s House. Beside working as a self-employed architect, he was been working since 2005 as an assistant at ETH Studio Basel and works as a project-oriented collaborator at the Think Tank Perimeter Stadt. In 2005, together with Elli Mosayebi, he won the Ernst Schindler Scholarship for a study trip to England. He was recently awarded the BSA Forschungsstipendium 2008, a research scholarship.