Tiziano Schürch, studied architecture at ETH Zurich. After his graduation in 2018, he became assistant professor at UPC-ETSAB (Barcelona), where he initiated the architecture research studio „extraordinary_ordinary“. In summer 2019, he was invited to Santiago de Chile to participate as workshop leader in the WAUM workshop at Mayor University.
Currently, he lives and works between Zürich and Barcelona. As an architect, he designed several exhibitions including the Catalan Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale (selected by Premios FAD in 2020), the exhibition “Inhabiting the Mediterranean” at the IVAM Valencia, the exhibitions “Picasso and the Artist’s Jewellery” and “Picasso, the Photographer’s Gaze”at the Museo Picasso of Barcelona.
Since 2018 he is a member of the archeological mission of Qasr Shemamok in Mosul, Iraq. In 2019 he has been admitted to present the research project “IN SEARCH OF LOST SPACE. New paradigms on protective shelters in the Middle East. Pedro Azara & Tiziano Schürch” at the annual meeting of the American School of Oriental Research (ASOR) in San Diego.
Together with Rina Rolli he is currently working on small scale urban planning projects, with a particular interest to the social-historical background of the place.