Ariel Huber

Lausanne | Since 2001

Brauerstrasse 45, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Av. du Servan 36, 1006 Lausanne, Switzerland
Phone +41 44 5866654 I +41 79 7039677

Category:

Architectural photographers
Ariel Huber
Ariel Huber
ARIEL HUBER, dipl. arch. ETH

Ariel Huber (born 1971 in Bern, Switzerland) studied architecture at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and at ETSA Barcelona. In 1998 he graduated at ETH Zurich. 1998-2001 he worked in Berlin at Studio Daniel Libeskind and Barkow Leibinger Architects. Since 2001 he is based in Zurich, working as an independent photographer across Europe and India in the fields of architecture, urban landscapes and art documentation. Since 2009 he lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Many trips to India since 2003 and a growing interest in its architecture and rapidly changing cityscapes led to various projects and collaborations. Main focus are the iconic structures of the Delhi-based engineer Mahendra Raj as well as recent developments in indian architecture.

Ariel Huber
Altamount Road, Mumbai, 2011
Ariel Huber
Raj Rewal, Kuldip Singh, Mahendra Raj / Hall of Nations, New-Delhi / 1971-72
Ariel Huber
Joseph Allen Stein, Mahendra Raj / SKICC, Srinagar / 1979-83
Ariel Huber
Studio Mumbai / Utsav House, Alibag
Ariel Huber
MplusV / Chantier Salle Badminton la Veyre, Vevey

Publications

Architecture d'Aujourd'hui (F), Archithese (CH), Domus (IT), Espaces Contemporains (CH), Hochparterre (CH), Home Review (IN), Indian Architect and Designer (IN), Indian by Design (IN), NZZ am Sonntag (CH), Spade Magazine (IN), Temas de Arquitectura (ES), Werk, Bauen + Wohnen (CH), World Architecture (China)

Book Contributions

New Architecture in India / Pictor Publishing 2011
Work-Place Studio Mumbai - Exhibition Catalogue / Archizoom, Lausanne 2011
Holzer Kobler Architekturen: “Mise en scène” / Niggli Verlag 2010 / ISBN 978-3-7212-0755-2
Müller Sigrist Architekten: Anthologie 6 / Quart Verlag 2008 / ISBN 978-3-907631-97-3
Markus Schwander: "Abdruck" / Christoph Keller Verlag 2004 / 978-3-8658-8002-4
Expo.02: "Heimatfabrik" / Niggli Verlag 2002 / ISBN 978-3-7212-0456-8 / Awarded “The Most Beautiful Swiss Books of the Year 2002″