Christian Scheidegger studied architecture at ETH Zürich from 1998 to 2004. In 2004 he was awarded with the ETH Medal and in 2002 for the diploma thesis project "Leuk Congress Center" and with the Swiss Steel Construction Award (Schweizer Stahlbaupreis “Prix Acier”) for the "Office Tower on the Jelmoli Parking Garage" in Zürich-City. From 2004 to 2009 he led the "Leutschenbach Schoolhouse" in the architecture firm of Christian Kerez. He then opened his own architectural office in Zürich-Wipkingen. He has taught architecture and design at the ETH Zürich as a lecturer. Atelier Scheidegger Keller was founded in 2012. The most important projects include “House with two Columns” in Wilen (2009-2014), “House on a Slope 1” in Gordola (2011-17) and the “Multi-family Houses Zwyssigstrasse” in Bern (2011-18). Atelier Scheidegger Keller has received numerous awards for its project, 2015 the “Bauwelt-Award” and 2017 the “Concrete-Award” (Architekturpreis Beton 17) among others.