Anne-Marlene Rüede

Space & Extreme Environments Architect


Anne-Marlene is a recent graduate from the Swiss Polytechnic Federal Institute in Lausanne. She has majored in Architecture and Space technologies with the objective of becoming a space and extreme environments architect. She is always ready take up a challenge, especially when concerning complex environments and has worked on various projects, from the design and model of a six unit CubeSat, which is now part of the permanent exhibition in the Swiss embassy in China, to mission scenario and architecture of Mars missions with crew. She has also worked on transportation systems on Earth and in space, such as crane systems in Mars orbit.


2018 Masters Degree in Architecture / Minor in Space Technologies
EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
2014 Bachelor Degree in Architecture
EPFL – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
2014 Additional credits in Mathematics (36 ECTS)
2nd year of Licence with option in Mechanical Engineering
Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris, France
2009 Swiss Maturity, Gymnase de Chamblandes / Pully, Switzerland
Graduated with honors majoring in Mathematics & Physics