Wohnungsbau Herosé, Aarau
Ferme de la culture, Troinex
MA Tödistrasse, Zurich
Pavillion im Park, Zürich
Wohn- Werkheim, Worben
Textilmuseum, St Gallen
Wohnen am Bach, Schlieren
Haus Eber, Zürich
Central d’engagement, Sierre
Bastion St Antoine, Genève
Wasserbrunnen Utoquai, Zürich
Atelier Prati Zwartbol (APZ) is a Zurich/Geneva based architecture practice founded and operated by Lea Prati and Tieme Zwartbol.
APZ works in the fields of architecture, research, education, urbanism and landscape.
APZ conceptualises, directs and executes projects ranging from urban planning to buildings, refurbishments and furniture; from idea to creation.
APZ works on commissioned and solicited projects for private and public clients.
APZ combines craftsmanship with conceptual and ecological approach.
APZ pays a lot of attention to details in their designs.
APZ would like the resulting work to be simple, joyful and optimistic.
APZ’s work is often accessible, charming and, above all, useful.
Atelier Prati Zwartbol
Studied architecture at the ETH Zurich and TU Delft, after graduation she was honered with the Ernst Schindler Foundation research grant. She regurarly participates in both competition juries and expert audience at several educational institutions. In 2022 she co-founded the multidisciplinary research-collective Indiana. Furthermore she’s in the BGA SIA council and active member of the Netzwerk Frau und SIA.
Dutch-born and currently living and working in Zurich. After obtaining his Ing. degree in Rotterdam, continued his studies at the TU Delft and ETH Zurich. Worked in several international architecture firms in Switzerland and the Netherlands. From 2015-2018 he was an assistent tutor at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
Swiss-Italian with a master degree from the Accademia di architettura in Mendrisio. Worked with female photographer Helen Binet and gained architectural experience in London, Lyon and Geneva before joining APZ in 2020.
Predrag Bekcic, Estelle Bertholet, Gregory Bon, Martin Lepoutre, Pierre Marmy, Nadia Martin, Oana Popescu, Mirko Solinas