Born 1985, Zurich
Master of Science in Architecture, ETH Zurich, 2011
Teaching Assistant at the Chair of Architecture and Construction Dirk E. Hebel ETH Zurich 2015 – present
Philippe Jorisch is currently working as a teaching assistant at the chair of Architecture and Construction Dirk E. Hebel at the ETH Zurich. He practices architecture with the firm JOM Architects, which he co-founded together with Stefan Oeschger and Michael Metzger in 2013.
During studies he worked as an intern at Boesch and EM2N Architects and participated in exchange programs at the TU Delft in the Netherlands and the FAU São Paulo in Brazil. His academic experience involve teaching as a student assistant at the chair Prof. Marc Angélil in 2009, writing as an editor of trans magazine in 2011. Together with Forrest Meggers and Dario Pfammatter he was awarded the first prize for the Project „Boba Flat“ at the Student Poster Competition of the Holcim Forum for Sustainable Construction in Mexico City in 2010. For his diploma thesis about Zurich-West he received a travel grant to Brazil from the Erich Degen Stiftung in 2012. A year later he contributed to the tenth architecture biennale in São Paulo with the project SP2014.NET. He is fluent in German, English, French, Dutch and Portuguese.