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Emma-Julia Fuller

Emma-Julia Fuller is a Swiss-British architect and designer working both locally and internationally. In 2014 she founded Atelier EJF, a collaborative and modular design studio specializing in holistic architecture. Pulling talent from all fields to create specifically designed teams for each project allow her to develop architectural concepts in tandem with landscape, mobility and urban planning. Working closely with local artisans from early stages in a project, she creates spaces and furniture that innovate and surprise. She also collaborates with graphic designers and artists to give strong visual identity to each project.

Emma studied interior architecture at HEAD and Rhode Island School of Design before completing a Master of Arts in architecture at Hepia. She currently teaches interdisciplinary studios and construction detailing at Hepia and is an active member of the Swiss Architects and Engineers Association.