Thomas Kissling

Thomas Kissling studied architecture at the ETH Zurich, having previously trained as a draftsman, and graduated in 2010 under the tutelage of Prof. Wolfgang Schett. He has worked as a research assistant since 2010 and as a research associate at the Chair of Prof. Günther Vogt at the ETH Zurich since 2016. His teaching and research focus on transformation processes in the Alpine landscape and topics relating to design methodology at the interface between digital and analog technology and practice. He is coeditor of the 2015 publication “Landscape as a Cabinet of Curiosities,” which is a compilation of five conversations with Günther Vogt, and of the 2020 publication “Mutation and Morphosis”.