Angela Deuber

Angela Deuber (born 1975) is a German-born Swiss architect.

She was born in Bad Kissingen and graduated in architecture from the ETH Zurich. She set up her own office in Chur in 2006. Deuber taught at the ETH Zurich from 2007 to 2010; in 2012, she became a lecturer at the University of Lucerne.[1]

Her work includes a school building in Thai in St. Gallen,[2] a cultural centre in Buochs[3] and the conversion of a house built in the Late Middle Ages in Stuls, Grisons. She was included in an exhibition Young Swiss Public of young Swiss architects held at the Cass School of Architecture in London.[2]

Deuber was awarded the arcVision Prize Women and architecture in 2015.[1] The jury said “Angela Deuber is one of the youngest participants to have been nominated in this edition. In her work we have identified a new outlook for architecture; she successfully pinpoints important areas for structural research in construction and use of materials whilst encapsulating involvement and engagement of female architects in society”.[4]

“Angela Deuber Millennium Meeting with architecture. Second Edition”. arcVision Prize.
“Angela Deuber: School in Thal”. Icon. October 22, 2014.
“Angela Deuber, lauréate du prix international Femmes et Architecture 2015”. AMC (in French). March 12, 2015.
“The Swiss architect Angela Deuber is the winner of the third edition of the arcVision Prize”. Arketipo. March 17, 2015.

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