Philippe Rahm is a Swiss architect with his main office in Paris. His projects in the field of physiological and meteorological architecture have been internationally successful in the context of sustainability. Thanks to his great talents, he began teaching design architecture at important universities such as Harvard. In 2002 Rahm was chosen to represent Switzerland at the 8th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale. Following numerous nominations with excellent positions and exhibitions around the world, in 2007 he succeeded in obtaining a solo exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal with great success. He has organised numerous conferences including at Yale, Cooper Union, UCLA and the ETH Zurich. Writer of five monograph books on the themes of the environment and architecture.