Moritz is an architect and graduate from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalunya (IAAC) in Barcelona, with a related thesis in the field of 'Self-sufficient Buildings.’
After graduating from the University of Liechtenstein with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture he worked for Früh Architects ZT GmbH (Austria) and Hornberger Architects AG (Switzerland), where he was mainly involved in design for housing and creating concepts for public building complexes. At IAAC (Barcelona) he was part of the vision 'Smartblock 2020' and the Master Thesis project 'The Jungle' which was awarded with the 'Innovative Energy Award,' proposing a new, adaptable and reactive infrastructure for filtering pollution particles in the city and enhancing air quality.
During his studies he was mainly focusing on digital fabrication and computational design methods, which he further enhanced through the Open Thesis Fabrication (Postgraduate) at IAAC and the „Fab Academy“ at the FAB LAB Barcelona. He worked as a teaching-assistant at the „Digital Matter and Intelligent Construction Studio“ at IAAC.
From 2014 on, he has been working as an architect and teaching assistant at the Chair of Architecture and Building Systems of Prof. Dr. Arno Schlüter at ETH Zurich. The responsibilities in his role as an architect and project manager included the design, development and accompanying implementation of construction & research projects.
Since 2019 Moritz is currently project lead of several digitalisation projects developing new Software/Configurator tools to optimize the planning and project handling process. Since 2020 he has the team lead of the Architecture divison called Projektwerkstatt at the ERNE AG Holzbau.