Sarah studied Architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna where she did her Master's with expectations at studio Greg Lynn. Her thesis project “Asemic Scapes” got widely published.
After her studies she worked in different small architectural offices in Vienna. 2009 she received the Austrian scholarship “Tische Stipendium” and came to Zurich to work for Gramazio Kohler Architects. At the same time she had a teaching position at the ETH at the chair of Prof. Gregor Eichinger. From January 2010 until April 2016 she continued working full time for Gramazio Kohler Architects as project leader doing competitions and building projects in various scales. From 2012 she was also board member at Gramazio Kohler Architects.
In summer 2016 Sarah started to work at the ETH on the exhibition project Gramazio Kohler at the Museum for Digital Art (MuDA) in Zurich. After a one-year-break she came back to ETH and the chair for Architecture and Digital Fabrication (Prof. Fabio Gramazio, Prof. Matthias Kohler) as a researcher to work on different projects.