Coralie Ming is a Swiss architect and researcher with broad work experience in Australia, France, Lebanon and Switzerland. She holds a Master of Architecture (1st class honours) from the University of Melbourne (2015) and a Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture and Digital Fabrication from the ETH Zurich (2017).
Coralie’s interests lie at the intersection of technological innovation, architecture & materiality, and their integration within society. She has a strong background in public space oriented design, having previously collaborated with art galleries and cultural events. In 2015, she worked on the design and conception of a museum of contemporary art in Melbourne. Her active interest in research and academia led her to teach a postgraduate course at the University of Melbourne. She is currently conducting research on Digital Ceramics with the chair of Architecture and Digital Fabrication (Gramazio Kohler Research) at the Institute for Technology in Architecture (ITA), ETH Zurich.