Thomas Hasler, Architect ETH BSA SIA (*1957) is managing partner of Staufer & Hasler Architects in Frauenfeld, which was founded in 1994 and currently has about 60 employees. Thomas Hasler has served as a professional expert and jury member for numerous architectural design competitions and test plans. The office of Staufer & Hasler Architects stands for solid, high quality construction projects. Their work is locally focused and is designed to become a part of the local landscape. Their projects include the cantonal school in Wil, the city hall in Chur and the federal courthouse in St. Gallen, most notably, in addition to numerous schools, cinemas, bars and private homes. Currently, they are working on a major project, the construction of the cantonal hospital in Grisons. In 2015, the office received the Meret-Oppenheim Prize in Switzerland. Thomas Hasler is the author of a dissertation about the German church builder, Rudolf Schwarz (1887–1961). Hasler was a lecturer at the University of Geneva, the ETH Zurich and the ETH Lausanne. Currently, he is a full professor at the Institute of Architecture and Design at the TU Wien. He researches and regularly publishes articles on the topics of architecture, construction and urban planning.