LuftSchloss 
Collective


about us

Luft·schloss /ˈlʊftʃlɔs/
something you would like to have, what you want, but that only exists in your imagination | castle in the air

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LuftSchloss is an experimental international design collective co-founded by Yann Junod and Bojana Papic. We practice context-sensitive approach to architecture and socially sustainable urban design informed by research. We seek to blur the boundaries between disciplines, situating ourselves in the space between urbanism, architecture, design and social sciences.

Yann Junod (Switzerland, 1991) completed his undergraduate studies at EPFL and at TU Berlin and completed his masters in architecture with Prof. Harry Gugger at EPFL in Switzerland. He worked in Zurich for EM2N Architekten and in Lacroix Chessex Architects in Geneva. Yann is currently collaborating with numerous architects in Switzerland on a wide range of architectural projects and competitions.


Bojana Papić (Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992) completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Edinburgh in UK and completed her masters in architecture at Political Architecture: Critical Sustainability at KADK in Denmark. She worked in Zurich for Dietrich Schwarz Architekten and EM2N Architekten. Bojana is currently employed as a scientific collaborator and project coordinator at Prof. Hubert Klumpner’s Chair of Architecture and Urban Design, ETH Zurich. She is also completing an advance master in Emergency and Resilience at IUAV in Venice. 


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