Founder and director of Habiter Autrement, Mia Hägg, has worked on some of the most innovative buildings of the twenty-first century, and with some of the most respected architectural practices around the world. She was educated at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg and École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Paris–Belleville in Paris. From 1998 to 2001, she was employed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel (AJN), where she worked on projects including the Dentsu Tower in Shiodome, Tokyo. Her collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron began in 2002. In 2003 she was selected as the Project Manager for the National Stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, and she became an Associate of the firm in 2005. In January 2007, after nearly a decade working on mainly large-scale projects, she left Herzog & de Meuron to found her own practice, Habiter Autrement.
List of Collaborators since 2007:
Stéphane Allaire, Kim Bjarke, Christian Bernhardt, Elise Camus, Anthony Clark, Florian Delon, Enrico Demattè, Adrien Durrmeyer, Sandrine Forais (Associate until 2011), Laure Frachet, Julie Heyde, Florence Houis, Gustav Hultman, Mathilde Jauvin, Benjamin Joudrier, Sunkoo Kang, Max Koch, Hiroko Kusunoki, Lina Lagerström, Aimee Lau, Aude Lerpinière, Yichen Lu, Louis Mangin, Félix Medina, Nicolas Métro , Veronique Paties, Thomas Radczuweit, Jean-Jacques Raynaud, Jennifer Schmachtenberg, Hosoub Shin, Elisabet Sundin, Victor Ung, Martin Uppman, Marcel Züger