Raphael Zuber studied architecture until 2001 at ETH Zurich. In the same year he opened a practice in Riva San Vitale, in 2003 his own practice in Chur. His first building is the schoolhouse Grono which was completed in summer 2011.
Among his major projects are the ethnographic museum Neuchâtel, the living and storage house in Maienfeld and the office building in Monte Carasso.
His articles and works have been published in several journals.
Raphael Zuber has taught at the Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio, the Bern University of Applied Sciences, the Cornell University, Ithaca, New York and at the ETH Zurich.