Herzog & de Meuron

Sebastian Hefti joined Herzog & de Meuron in 2013. He has contributed to the design and realization of a number of projects in Switzerland and Germany, including the expansion of Helvetia’s headquarters in St. Gallen and the Küppersmühle Museum in Duisburg, where he oversaw the development of the facade, structure, and interior. In Allschwil, he co-developed a building concept for a pharmaceutical R&D complex and the structural concept for the life science building GRID. Since 2018, as Project Manager, he was responsible for the new headquarters of Lombard Odier, before assuming his current role as Project Manager for the refurbishment and extension of an office building in Zurich.

Sebastian obtained a bachelor’s degree in architecture at the EPFL Lausanne prior to moving to Zurich to conclude his studies with a master’s degree in architecture at the ETH Zürich in 2013.