With offices in both Zurich and Berlin, EM2N, with Mathias Müller and Daniel Niggli, has 70 collaborators working on construction and competition projects in Switzerland and abroad. They have won numerous awards including ‘bestarchitects’, ‘Umsicht-Regards-Sguardi’, the ‘Auszeichnung Guter Bauten’ from the City of Zurich, the Canton of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft, and the ‘Swiss Art Award’ in Architecture. Mathias Müller and Daniel Niggli have been visiting professors at the
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, as well as in Zurich. Daniel Niggli was a member of the construction commitees in Berlin (2008–12) and Zurich (2010–14).
Their important recent construction projects include the Swiss Film Archive in Penthaz (2015), the Toni-Areal in Zurich (2014), the Keystone Office Building in Prag (2012) and ‘Im Viadukt’– Refurbishment of the viaduct arches in Zurich (2010). Among other projects, planning has started for the Housing Briesetrasse Neukölln in Berlin and the New Museum of Natural History Basel and State Archives Basel-City (both since 2015). In addition, construction work has started on the Housing Riedpark in Zug (since 2008), the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, School of Art and Design in Emmenbrücke (since 2015) as well as the Heuried Sports Centre, Ice Sport Hall (since 2015).
EM2N is managed by Mathias Müller and Daniel Niggli, together with their associates Bernd Druffel, Fabian Hörmann, Verena Lindenmayer, Björn Rimner, Gerry Schwyter and Christof Zollinger.