Maxime Zaugg
Curriculum vitae

Maxime Zaugg obtained his master’s degree in architecture at the ETH Zurich and is currently Ph.D. candidate at the Chair of the History and Theory of Urban Design, gta, ETH Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete. His project entitled “Exploring Urban Models” examines how strong performative and participative capacities have enabled urban scale models to play a key role in urban planning, focusing particularly on the period from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. Maxime Zaugg teaches at ETH Zurich at the Bachelor and Masters level and is President of the AAA (Association of Assistants at the Department of Architecture). He is co-organizer and coordinator of the gta Invites, a lecture series that invites practitioners and academics from both within and outside ETH Zurich in dialogue. Maxime Zaugg founded the practice STUDIO (2017) which mediates between architecture and the city applying different media and tools and contributes to competitions, urban research, workshops, and realizations.